Wealth managers risk enforcement as FCA 'runs out of patience'

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Wealth management firms are facing more serious consequences from a failure to meet suitability requirements as the regulator puts practices under fresh scrutiny.

It follows a week in which the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed it is turning a new spotlight on wealth managers' practices. The watchdog's 2015/16 business plan, published last Tuesda...

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