The simple fact the Treasury Select Committee thought rising FSCS levy costs for advisers were important enough to raise the issue with the FCA chief is an encouraging sign, writes PA editor Tom Ellis, but the regulator is keen to smother any hope with a damp cloth
The FCA chief executive Nikhil Rathi's (virtual) visit to parliament on Wednesday was labelled as an "accountability" hearing. In essence, then, the MPs of the Treasury Select Committee were simply putting...
Pressure mounts on FCA to tackle Google ad scams as sector says it's shown 'little appetite' to help
Monthly meetings not enough
'Spent 18 months agonising'
Updated: DB schemes that provide GMPs must revisit and top-up historic CETVs 'where necessary' - landmark ruling
GMP equalisation litigation judgment
Cherry Reynard talks to New Talent Awards 2020 Financial Adviser of the Year Alex Johnston, who tells the story of his so-far short but unique career...
Confirmed intentions in May