FCA Covid-19 survey branded 'a waste of time' by advisers

'Adding pressure'

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Nick Bamford: "I could rewrite this in two questions...I think it’s a waste of time."
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Nick Bamford: "I could rewrite this in two questions...I think it’s a waste of time."

Advisers have described the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Covid-19 survey, probing firms about the impact of the pandemic on their businesses, as a “waste of time”.

The survey, sent to about 13,000 regulated firms in June, was designed to inform the FCA on the various markets it regulates amid the coronavirus crisis and will shape the direction of future policy...

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