The Association of Christian Financial Advisers (ACFA) has called for an end to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in its current form and a re-drafting of the professional indemnity insurance (PII) market.
It described the FSCS compensation scheme as a "Russian roulette" for advisers and described securing PII in the current climate as "a lottery". The ACFA is proposing that advisers' PI should be replaced...
£624,311 of assets frozen
Dominic Sanzari, 26, was an unhappy accountant but now he's an ecstatic associate financial planner. Here he explains how the Succession Wealth graduate programme enabled his dream to become reality
Ceremony at Luton Hoo
Ahead of December deadline
UK investors lost hundreds of thousands of pounds
Lifts advisers to seven
Income from advice fees down