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Money MarketingHappy days: Why adviser satisfaction is still sky-highMoney MarketingThe particularly prescient foresaw a continued boom in defined benefit pension transfers becoming a risk rather than a reward under intensifying regulatory oversight and spiralling professional indemnity insurance costs. Yet amid all the tests of the ...and more »12-07-2018

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Happy days: Why adviser satisfaction is still sky-high
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The particularly prescient foresaw a continued boom in defined benefit pension transfers becoming a risk rather than a reward under intensifying regulatory oversight and spiralling professional indemnity insurance costs. Yet amid all the tests of the ...

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