The row over using real client files en route to QCF Level 4 reignited this week after the FSA toughened its stance on using them in alternative assessments.
One IFA blasted the City watchdog for “testing fiction, not reality” after its most recent RDR paper ruled out a prominent role for client paperwork. The FSA said it was “highly unlikely” real client...
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