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  • CRPs – retirement planning’s final frontier? - Royal London for advisers

    ...that a centralised retirement proposition (CRP) is more than just the latest retirement buzz word. Despite this there still appears to be no universal definition of what a centralised retirement proposition (CRP) actually is. This isn’t just an income-based CIP A starting point for some may be to take...

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  • CRPs and Covid-19 - Royal London for advisers

    CRPs and Covid-19 Ryan Medlock 11 May 2020 Share Share In this final instalment, it’s time to turn the screw on the investment strategy used within your CRP because the Covid-19 pandemic has added an unexpected and challenging twist to the tale. As we’ve already discussed, a centralised retirement...

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  • The rise (and expected rise) of CRPs - Royal London for advisers

    ...over at Ascentric recently carried out some extensive research in this area and found that adviser centralised retirement proposition (CRP) usage is expected to swell over the next year, rising from 48% now to 71% in 2021, which is a substantial upswing. To date, adviser interest in adopting a CRP...

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  • De(CIP)hering CRPs - Royal London for advisers

    ...is very different to the accumulation phase. The FCA also view them as two very different and distinctive phases. Having a robust process in place to separate the two can only be a good thing and that’s where centralised retirement propositions (CRP) come into play. A little CIP of history...

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  • Now is the time to review your drawdown advice process - Royal London for advisers

    ...advice processes. That doesn’t just mean where your drawdown clients are invested, it means your whole framework for providing retirement planning advice, your Centralised Retirement Proposition (CRP). This includes re-evaluating your processes for fact-finding, assessing your retirement clients...

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  • Managing a drawdown plan through volatile markets - Royal London for advisers

    ...for advisers ...that a centralised retirement proposition (CRP) is more than just the latest retirement buzz word. Despite this there still appears to be no... CRPs and Covid-19 - Royal London for advisers CRPs and Covid-19 Ryan Medlock 11 May 2020 Share Share In this final instalment, it’s time to turn...

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  • Supporting your drawdown conversations - Royal London for advisers

    ...marketing-infused acronym or the platform to provide robust retirement planning advice, there’s no... CRPs and Covid-19 In this final instalment, it’s time to turn the screw on the investment strategy used within your CRP because the Covid-19 pandemic has added an... Find out more To find out more about how we can support your business, speak to your usual Royal London contact. If you're new to Royal London give us a call on 0345 60 40 800.

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  • Covid-19 – advising through the storm - Royal London for advisers

    ...income requirements have actually increased, have a discussion with the client and review their plan to determine whether they can take additional risk to achieve a more sustainable level of income. 3. Time to consider a centralised retirement proposition (CRP) approach? The argument for adopting...

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