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Financial services firms are failing to properly monitor and record their social media activity leading to increased compliance risks, a study has found.
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has dropped its suggestion firms should be using #ad in financial promotions on Twitter, following industry concerns about its appropriateness.
An adviser trade association is calling on the regulator to ensure its final guidance on using social media channels is clear after a poll of members suggested more than a third were unaware the watchdog was looking into the issue.
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