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Third Covid-19 resilience survey sent to advisers

Jenna Brown
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The Financial Conduct Authority has sent another Covid-19 resilience survey to advisers to gauge how businesses are faring during the ongoing pandemic and latest national lockdown.

It is the third such survey the watchdog has sent since the pandemic hit last year. The second survey was sent out in September last year with the first hitting advisers' inboxes in June. The survey...

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