The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to publish guidance for advisers on how to structure shorter and ‘punchier' suitability reports, its head of banking, lending and distribution has said.
The regulator wants to help advisers provide simplified advice more easily and cheaply as a means to close the advice gap, Ed Smith told delegates at the Thesis Asset management conference in Winchester...
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