FSA proposals to develop its capability to monitor individual advisers have been welcomed by the industry, but stakeholders are querying why the regulator has not already introduced a similar system.
In its latest RDR paper on professionalism, the FSA says it will collect more data on advisers in an effort to “build a profile” of individuals over time and better protect consumers. This may involve...
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