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Fees roundtable: 'If one in three says you're too pricey, that's about right'

How much is too much when it comes to paying for advice? Step forward Alan Smith, Kay Ingram and Vijay Thakkar to discuss charging, fees and the advice gap.

It is the question that keeps on rumbling: how much is too much when it comes to paying for advice?

Step forward Alan Smith, managing director of Capital Asset Management, Kay Ingram, director of public policy at national IFA firm LEBC, and Vijay Thakkar, director of Blackstone Moregate, to discuss charging, fees and business efficiency.

In the first episode of this special fees roundtable, all three discuss their views on charging structures with New Model Adviser® editor Will Robins and online producer Ollie Smith. 

What should you do if a client (or potential client) says that you are too expensive? Is it actually that bad?

You can watch the discussion above. Join in the debate by commenting below, and follow our work on Twitter. The handle is @NewModelAdviser.

 

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