Regulator has “serious concerns” investors’ pensions are at risk.
Group profits rise 26 per cent during the quarter.
Regulator said to still be looking for “scalps” to send message to industry on inducements.
Regulator believes some firms are looking to replace commission payments with other forms of remuneration, such as adviser charging.
Terms dictated to providers by Sesame are nothing short of jaw-dropping.
The Treasury is full of praise for the organisations it has chosen to deliver the guidance guarantee - with one notable omission.
Higher costs for advice firms could mean many people end up eschewing advice altogether
“If it looks and feels like advice, it probably is advice.” So said FCA technical specialist Rory Percival back in April 2013.
The FCA’s decision to row back on IFA internal referrals corrects a glaring error in its original guidance.
The recent comments made by Sue Lewis and Caroline Rookes of the Money Advice Service will only hurt consumer interests.
Advisers more scared of FOS than FCA, says PFS president.
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Our new cradle-to-grave fund supervision team will help us spot risks earlier.
FSCS levy payers have an interest in ensuring new products come under scrutiny.
Lenders’ policies on pension contributions are pushing some to consider ceasing payments.
In the coming years, we are likely to see the debate about the UK’s place in the European Union intensify.