DELEGATE ADVISORS’ ANDY HART DISCUSSES NEED FOR TRANSPARENCY AROUND ADVISOR FEES

In an article published by Private Asset Management magazine (PAM), Andy Hart, managing partner at Delegate Advisors, discusses the need for investors to be well informed and armed with information to avoid paying unknown or additional fees to their advisory team. Mr. Hart delves into questions investors should ask their advisory team, as well as the differences between fiduciary and private banking institutions. He explains to PAM: “Investors are undoubtedly getting smarter and more inquisitive when it comes to the fee models they’re working with,” he said. “But so many firms are still hiding fees in small print deep in their contracts - it’s so important to read everything you’re given and know that you are getting the deal that you think is being offered.”

Mr. Hart emphasized the need for better financial education for investors and the affluent, because some firms and institutions bury fees in the small print of contracts. He also added that many investors are prohibited from accessing a full range of investment opportunities because their advisory firms were unable to advise as a fiduciary would.

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