FCA to send fifth coronavirus resilience survey to advisers

Five surveys so far

Sophie King
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The third survey was sent in January to advisers to gauge how businesses are faring during the ongoing pandemic and latest national lockdown.
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The third survey was sent in January to advisers to gauge how businesses are faring during the ongoing pandemic and latest national lockdown.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has told advisers it will be sending them yet another financial resilience survey.

The latest survey will be the regulator's fifth coronavirus-related form it has sent to advisers to help the watchdog obtain an "accurate view" of firms' financial resilience to the pandemic. Advisers...

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