The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has given advisers new signs of hope some of the sector's longest-standing concerns could finally be addressed.
In a paper published on 9 March, the regulator again acknowledged adviser concerns around the lack of a long-stop, the inconsistency of Ombudsman decisions and the 'confusing' definitions of advice, pledging...
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