Calls for dividend for 'low risk' adviser firms gather pace

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The Association of IFAs (AIFA) says it will step up its bid for a regulatory dividend for well-run advisers after the FSA turned down the proposal.

AIFA policy director Andrew Strange says the regulator should introduce a "dashboard" of measures, including fewer FSA visits or lower fees, for low-risk firms. He says the Association will make the...

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