FSA stops short of applying rebate ban to life cos

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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has suggested it will not read across its proposed ban on platform rebates to life companies, but has promised to explore the issue further.

The regulator today confirmed its intention to ban both fund manager rebates to platforms and cash rebates to consumers. But it stopped short of saying it would apply the ban, if it is finalised...

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