Money Marketing pores over ministerial diaries and those of senior regulators to investigate who is pulling the strings on financial services policy, and which organisations are getting the most access to policymakers
Compulsory advice on defined benefit transfers is the Government’s first life of defence against a possible misselling scandal - but is it a step too far for consumers?
FCA chief Martin Wheatley has claimed European rules are standing in the way of a long-stop for advisers. But experts say this is not the case, saying the regulator is on a ‘flight of fancy’
Advisers are on the hook to pay towards the cost of delivering at-retirement guidance, as experts estimate the bill could hit £30m a year
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