FCA to invest £1.9m in supporting clients with investment decisions

The regulator’s 2024/25 business plan outlines new initiative for investment

Sahar Nazir
clock • 1 min read

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is investing £1.9m in its joint work with the government to help firms assist clients with investment and pension decisions.

The regulator has today (19 March) highlighted the initiative in its 2024/25 business plan. Central to this is the forthcoming response to last year's advice/guidance boundary review discussion paper. This response, yet to be published by the FCA, will outline various options for potential legislative and regulatory reforms. "We will publish a response following last year's advice/guidance boundary review discussion paper. This will set out options for future legislative and regulatory reform to enable consumers to have access to the help and guidance they need, at a cost they can ...

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