Derek Bradley, CEO, Panacea Adviser & Garry Heath, The Heath Report
Through a combination of in-depth research, collation of existing data, reference to case studies and analysis of regulatory pronouncements, the FCA’s own report published in December 2014 could not find any consumer benefit in RDR but still it continues to roll towards the removal of trail commission in 2016.
Amazing but is it true?
Panacea Adviser has teamed up with ‘ThoughtLeadership Live’ and Garry Heath to produce a FREE ‘Bento for One’ webcast to support and educate advisers on the results of the latest Heath Report.
The Heath Report and Panacea Adviser ran a survey at the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015, to understand many of the unintended consequences of RDR and to both inform regarding ongoing regulatory developments and identify what improvements can be made to regulator accountability.
The adviser’s first job is to challenge the client to start protecting and investing. The price of RDR’s commission free world is the removal of that challenge from the common man and with it any independence from the state when in need.
This is RDR’s true dichotomy.
As the Hendrix song goes: "There must be some kind of way out of here, said the joker to the thief”.
This webcast looks at lessons to be learnt from RDR and will be presented by Derek Bradley, CEO, Panacea Adviser and Garry Heath of The Heath Report who will run through the survey findings looking at unintended consumer detriment, destruction of adviser business values, adviser losses, which firms are likely to be affected and see if there ACTUALLY is a way out of here?