Jim Reeve, chief executive of national IFA Positive Solutions, this week moved to quell partners' fears of a company-wide legacy business review he admits will "likely" lead to at least some client redress.
Reeve says he expects fewer than 5% of all cases checked will be marked as “failed” advice, adding in most cases any redress costs will be “relatively small”. The review, which involves randomly checking...
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