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Seems to me that majority of these advisers should have been aware of the grandfathering legislation that was on the table. Once they lose revenue from all the customers they have not serviced for years, while collecting commission. Seem they would have then on sold their book back to amp based on a revenue value that was no longer accurate to collect a fat cheque and retire. Seems like these 'adviser's' should have taken some notes and known their risk profile. Even at 2.5 times revenue these advisers are probably getting 200-300% the value of their book, once grandfathered commissions are removed.