The Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) has called on the regulator not to "gold-plate" its proposed telephone recording rules and argued current suitability reports already ensure a "clear and unambiguous record" of what advisers recommend to clients.
The trade association also urged the regulator to "adopt a proportionate approach" in its implementation of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) policies. In its consultation paper...
Systems, controls, governance and culture
Following more reviews
Beyond the FCA's seven considerations
‘Ensure vulnerability is taken seriously’
Range from 24 to 59 years old
Directors to pay upwards of £6m
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Fees play a big part