Millions of “totally disenfranchised” savers could return to financial advice as a result of the government’s wide-scale review, adviser Keith Churchouse has said.
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The Prime Minister is set to launch a consultation into a scheme targeting those under 40 who have never owned their own homes.
Treasury Committee chairman Andrew Tyrie has said the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) must engage more with the regulated community and do more for consumers, as the City watchdog announced sweeping structural and personnel changes following a strategic review.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering a number of recommendations on how financial services firms can improve the way they handle complaints, including removing a rule stating that not all gripes must be reported to it.
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