FCA advice gap focus turns to income thresholds

Carmen Reichman
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Treasury are looking at income and wealth thresholds to see where they should focus their advice gap review.

Their spotlight has fallen on those with existing savings but not significant wealth, who are less well served by advisers than wealthier consumers who can afford and are more likely to take advice for...

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