An amendment to the Financial Services Bill proposed by two Labour peers could open up the possibility of financial advisers not having to be regulated if they do not charge for their services.
The bill, which will formally create the new twin peaks regulatory regime, is currently in its committee stage in the House of Lords, having already passed largely untouched through the House of Commons....
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