Three past and present IFAs have broken the taboo on talking about their encounters with an FSA investigation team. Laura Miller discovers an industry divided between suspicion of the rule maker and fair-minded support for the rules...
Ian Hubbard, an IFA at Direct Financial Planning in Plymouth, said his firm underwent an extensive FSA investigation into its self-certificated mortgage business in 2003. Hubbard backs the regulator’s...
The aviation sector's constant evaluation of errors in order to improve safety should be applied to defined benefit (DB) schemes, as too many are repeating the same mistakes again and again, research has shown.
IA sectors – help or hindrance?
Despite multiple complaints
Annuity market worth £4bn in 2017
For ‘distress’ caused