Controversy over a widening gulf between those who need financial advice and those who can actually afford to pay for it has been branded "not advisers' problem" by industry veteran Geoff Mills.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is set to explore how robo-advice could work within the current financial services landscape, as it expands a project encouraging innovation in the sector.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been a busy - and not always unpopular - regulator since its inception some 26 months ago, though it's made a few bungles along the way...
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Some see the rise of robo-advice as an opportunity, others as a threat. Paul Resnik outlines which camp might be closer to the truth...
Advisers should tailor their ongoing services to their clients and don't need to see all of them annually to satisfy an unwritten rule about treating active customers fairly, Prudential head of business consultancy Paul Harrison has said.
The planned cap on the cost of care, including long-term care for the elderly, has been put on hold until 2020, the government has announced.
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