Undue blame is being heaped on the advice sector during the BSPS saga, Personal Finance Society (PFS) chief executive Keith Richards has said, which could have wider implications for the defined benefit (DB) market.
In response to the report by the Work and Pensions Select Committee last week, which suggested contingent charging should be banned and described advisers as "vultures", Richards said a more balanced and...
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