The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has requested further information from 45 advice firms about their ongoing services and charges, following its suitability review in May.
The regulator sent requests to a mixture of independent and restricted firms. It said the information would be used as part of a general supervision exercise, to decide if further action on disclosure...
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