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  • So-called "asset-based lending" was once unheard of in Japan owing to regulatory hurdles and inertia among commercial banks.

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  • Hourly fees are still quite rare among advisers, though asset-based advisers occasionally offer them to children of clients.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Even though investors' entire net worth is taken into account, they may pay less than they would under an asset-based fee because the percentages are typically lower.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • What's more, he says, it's a good way for investment advisers to take on middle-market clients, given that "asset-based fees are just not adequate given the average investable assets of most American households."

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • In theory, these models remove the conflicts in asset-based pricing.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Many asset-based advisers require account minimums of at least $500,000 to $1 million, shutting many investors out.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Recurring asset-based fees help build a lasting bond between clients and advisers, says Michael Finke , a personal-financial-planning professor at Texas Tech University.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Investors who can't meet the standards of asset-based plans, such as people with high income but low savings, or lots of illiquid assets

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Mr. Edmans prefers asset-based fees because they're at least somewhat sensitive to performance.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

  • Another payment structure that's just starting to emerge works a lot like asset-based pricing.

    How to Pay Your Financial Adviser

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