The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is likely to delay its consultation on incoming MiFID II conduct rules for advisers, as it wants to determine the impact of its own advice review first, its markets policy manager has said.
Stephen Hanks told delegates at a TISA seminar in London the regulator felt time pressured by the policy work it is doing in the advice space and will be splitting further work on MiFID into a markets...
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