Remuneration Policy

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< "A Cash Management proposition clearly enhances the Remuneration Policy as it demonstrates clear disclosure of best value from Cash, prior to money being moved elsewhere.">

A Remuneration Policy is required by every Financial Planning business to ensure all clients are charged and treated the same as defined by the policy to protect the client and to protect the quality of the advice.

The greatest Conflict of Interest for many financial advisers is that they are remunerated from the sale of a product. The Remuneration Policy, along with other policies within the business (see list), define how this 'conflict' is managed to ensure clients receive appropriate and suitable advice.

  • Conflict of Interest Policy
  • Financial Planning Policy
  • Centralised Investment Proposition
  • Attitude to Risk Policy
  • Treating Customers Fairly

And, on top of these policies, the financial adviser should also be accommodating the client's:

  • Capacity for Loss, and
  • Attitude to Wealth

A Cash Management proposition clearly enhances th Remuneration Policy as it demonstrates clear disclosure of best value from Cash, prior to money being moved elsewhere.

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