The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been accused of "not understanding its own rules" by Berkeley Burke lawyers, after it withdrew a key argument having discovered it might not be applicable in this case.
Lawyers representing the self-invested personal pension (SIPP) administrator yesterday argued that, due to the FCA's Conduct of Business (COBs) rule 11.2, they are obligated to follow specific instructions...
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Outflows from UK equity funds gathered pace in August, with £2.6bn of assets being pulled from the market area over the course of the month, according to Morningstar’s latest fund flows report.
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