With an increasing number of countries now banning commissions for planners, many practitioners impacted by the changes are finding fee-only services actually benefit their businesses -- if they structure fees to match their strengths, according to panelists at FPA's annual conference in San Diego.

Their lessons are valuable take-aways for practitioners considering the transition in other countries that have yet to take regulatory action -- including the U.S., experts say at the Friday session of the Financial Planners Association conference.

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