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New video - Applying for discretionary permissions… is it right for your business?

Discretionary management is a widely used term to describe an investment service whereby firms are authorised to act with discretion in managing the financial assets of their clients. These permissions allow a firm to make investment decisions on behalf of their clients, without needing to get their consent each time.

There are a number of reasons adviser firms may wish to acquire Discretionary Management Permissions. The following are often the key drivers for businesses that threesixty supports to successfully make this transition:

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