Advisers have shunned the Financial Advice Market Review's (FAMR) call for greater awareness around the flexibility of adviser charging, calling the recommendation ‘pointless' and commercially unsound.
FAMR's recommendation 15 - one of 28 calls to action - said the regulator should "take steps to help ensure that firms and advisers are aware of the existing flexibility in the rules on adviser charging"....
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Regulator has stepped in
More than £70m spent on project