THREE in ten advisers would consider leaving the industry if the FSA's proposals to split the market based on qualifications came into force, research suggests.
Investment consultancy firm NMG said, based on interviews with over 400 IFAs, 30pc would opt to leave the profession - or become a ‘Primary’ adviser - over taking the extra examinations required to meet...
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