Simplified advice should not be restricted to those who have cleared their debts and had other ‘priority needs' met if the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is serious about closing the advice gap, according to a law firm.
Current regulatory guidance on simplified advice says it will not be suitable for those who may need to reduce existing debts, as that should take precedence. But Pinsent Masons partner Bruno Geiringer...
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