Lakey: Why the FSA's data proposals may lead to price control


The FSA may use the extra data it plans to collect from adviser firms to control the price of advice post-2012, Alan Lakey says.

Yesterday, the regulator proposed collecting a detailed breakdown of firms' income through adviser charging, including number of clients, how they paid and how much they paid. Used alongside the product...

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