A financial planning tools provider has written to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) requesting it look into the appropriateness of stochastic models currently used by advisers amid concerns over their quality.
eValue strategy director Bruce Moss (pictured), whose firm provides stochastic modelling software, warned that advisers are not able to perform proper due diligence on the tools and run the risk of forming...
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