Passive equity funds ‘consistently’ outperforming active counterparts
Could reduce annual losses by up to £451m
Financial services deal unclear
2p per ordinary share
Option for basic savings rate
Introduction of all-in-fee
Loch Ness monster fee reference made in 2016
Govt not pursuing equivalence
Calling for 'imaginative and creative' approach to negotiations
Will remain linked to mortgages
Risk of 'large, rapid' losses
It is 'welcome news'
'Specific purpose successfully achieved'
Firms not behaving in spirit of MMR
Regulator has concerns about competition in sector
Firm mentioned in emails to investors
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to consult on introducing a deadline for bringing complaints about payment protection insurance (PPI) after its research showed a 'significant number' of claims brought did not include a PPI sale.
Advisers are calling on regulators to introduce rules restricting the contact product providers can have with their clients.
Almost half of advisers believe the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is unfair when adjudicating on advice cases, research suggests.
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.
A major review into consumer access to the financial advice market has been launched by HM Treasury and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Complaints about annuities are continuing to rise more than a year after the Chancellor announced a reform of the retirement income market, according to the latest figures from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS).
Most customers are receiving suitable mortgage advice but some firms rely too heavily on tightly structured processes, which force their advisers to bend information to give supposedly 'suitable advice', the regulator has found.
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