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We've all heard the saying 'if it ain't broke,
don't fix it'.
But, just because it isn't broken
doesn't mean it's right.

The FCA has published a paper on 'due diligence' which really starts to question the 'norm' and asks us in
more detail about why and how we do the things we do. Advisers and providers alike are beginning to
examine themselves more deeply to ensure they are working to their optimum best. So what does due
diligence really mean and how should we start to think about approaching it?

What do you need to consider?

What might the regulator be thinking?
What might I need to do?
What can the Prudential offer that helps me?

Rory Percival

What does the regulator think about, when considering due diligence?

Hear what Rory Percival, previously of the FCA, has to say.

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Does your client bank stand up to the
due diligence requirements?

Graeme Ballantyne describes how you can reconstruct your client bank
to meet regulator needs.

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Pulling the documentation together.

What do you put in your due diligence pack? We looked at our Retirement Account contract and pulled together some documents we hope you'll find useful when selecting Prudential for your client's retirement plans.


What would you put in your due diligence pack for your client?
For more information on what we can provide, speak to your Account Manager.

 

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