If your financial adviser uses a specialist discretionary fund manager (DFM) to select the funds in which you should invest, should this give you comfort or does it just add another layer of costs? Should you be worried if your adviser is selecting your funds without specialist advice?

To date there has been little public and comparable information to help you answer these questions...

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