St James's Place Advice charges
As per the title, specifically for non-life products ie ISA and unwrapped holdings.
I can see a comprehensive level of disclosure on the various unit trusts costs, but what about the ongoing advice charge? In the life products this is also clearly explained, but for the ISA and unwrapped holdings is it Partner specific? Also, can Partners charge more that the standard 0.5% advice fee on life products if they agree it with the client?
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