Fidelity Life commission terms

[ Tuesday, 28 February 2012 ]

In November of last year we increased commission by 20% to help advisers during a period of reduced activity...
Fidelity Life commission terms


Fidelity Life commission terms

In November of last year we increased commission by 20% to help advisers during a period of reduced activity due to adviser regulation and compliance and the general effects of the economic downturn. This was also an interim measure while we undertook a review of our commission structure.

While this boost in commission was set to end at the end of February this year, we are pleased to announce that we will continue to apply the 20% boost until the end of March 2012. We are currently finalising our new commission structure and will announce it at our GMC adviser conference in mid-March. In the meantime, please continue to take advantage of the increased commission terms.

Milton Jennings
Chief Executive Officer  



 28 February 2012

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