The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it is ready to interfere on the use of language confusing to consumers if the industry does not come up with a credible solution.
The regulator made the comments in its response to a report from the work and pensions committee which investigated the liberalisation of the pension market that took place in April 2015. The FCA said...
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