The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is launching a study of the cash savings market, examining how accounts are sold and obstacles to switching among other aspects.
More than four-fifths of adults in the UK with cash holdings in the region of £1.2trn have a savings account, according to the regulator. Its study will assess whether competition in the market is working...
£624,311 of assets frozen
Ahead of December deadline
Advisers should reconsider process
In preparation for December deadline
Corporate Chartered status
Seneca Global Income & Growth Trust first to be included
Equivalent of £980,000 a day
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