The smallest advice firms face the largest proportion of regulatory costs, with some paying up to 20% of their income, research commissioned by the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) has found.
The work, which was carried out on 74 adviser firms in Q2 this year, showed firms with an annual income below £100,000 face the largest proportion of regulatory cost, around 12% more than their larger...
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