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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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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