For years the UK government has tried to open the banking sector to more competition, writes Paul Lindsell, but a new initiative may finally see this become a reality benefiting a huge range of firms including financial advisers.
The goal of fostering more banking competition has a long and rather chequered history. Pre-financial crisis, the emphasis was on building up rivals to the big four, though the crisis itself has clearly...
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