Advice firms have raised fears over "systemic mis-selling" through simplified advice and said ongoing regulatory uncertainty has stifled market developments, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
The regulator's latest thematic review found many firms had not developed a simplified advice model due to concerns about suitability standards and fears over automated advice processes. It added advisers...
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