If the FCA is back focusing on inducements, says Professional Adviser's Armchair Critic, it should aim for an environment where the adviser thinks of lunch with a provider as neither an entitlement nor a line that cannot be crossed
In an ideal world, a good regulator should be like a good referee - you hardly notice they are there. Since the Financial Services Act in 1986, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - and before it the...
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Cannot lobby government
Protectionist policies 'need to be taken seriously'
The chairman fears the asparagus is disagreeing with him – literally
DB providers 'likely to show resistance'