Chartered financial planner Filip Slipaczek has written to his local MP asking her to demand the FCA sends a formal apology to him following a notice he received over failing to complete its second DB survey, despite never receiving the document in question.
Last week (18 November), Professional Adviser reported that Slipaczek received a warning alongside the third defined benefit (DB) survey which was sent to 1,653 financial advice firms across the UK...
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