FSCS consultation closed on 31 March
Looking to extend the programme
'Algorithms can only go so far'
To 'help close advice gap'
Majority of advisers plan to recruit
Top of the list for the fifth year in a row
Review still must be broader - PFS
Studies completed within 21 months
'Current system not working'
Two young advisers share their views
Advisers will get 'special' reporting link to alert FCA
To be held in Birmingham's NEC
Brendan O'Ciobhain completes year in role
PA talks to Personal Finance Society's Keith Richards
Review 'too restricted' to deliver a fair and sustainable solution
Swapped out diploma awards
FCA got consumer protection argument wrong
PFS launches series of adviser workshops
Professional adviser body the Personal Finance Society (PFS) has called for the introduction of a product levy to help reduce the regulatory cost for advisers.
The danger of consumers falling into non-regulated financial advice is increasing and the government must act to increase protection for pensions freedom savers, the Personal Finance Society has said.
The Personal Finance Society (PFS) is in discussions with the regulator and government to introduce additional safeguards to defined benefit (DB) pension transfers where the client wants to act against the advice they received.
Due diligence: What does the regulator really want from advisers?
Advisers' investment processes: A video debate
Advisers should stop posting negative comments about the industry from behind a cloak of anonymity, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society (PFS) Keith Richards has said.