IFAs could face new burdens under independent Scotland

Carmen Reichman

IFAs in Scotland could see regulatory costs rise, and have to deal with an inefficient compensation scheme, should the nation's electorate vote 'yes' to independence from the UK, a government report warned.

The government's report into the effects of an independent Scotland on the financial services sector, Scotland analysis: Financial services and banking, said Scotland would have to set up a separat...

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