The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering changing the way it charges firms, including financial advisers, that want regulatory authorisation.
The regulator published a discussion paper on Monday, which outlined the various approaches it is considering for charging new applicants who want to enter to the regulated industry. It said it wants...
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