The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans to cut the adviser guidance guarantee levy by 50% and has announced tougher standards on the bodies tasked with delivering guidance to the public.
The FCA said in a consultation paper out today it acknowledges advisers are less likely to benefit from the guidance guarantee than other firms such as life insurers and therefore should have to pay less....
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