The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering ways it can make it clearer to consumers when they are buying products on a non-advised basis online, as more web-based advice solutions are developed.
The regulator has told the Treasury Select Committee (TSC) it may revise its guidance so consumers buying via the web know when they have been advised and when they haven't. Details of the FCA's concerns...
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