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FSA fines Langtons IFA 63,000

The FSA has fined Langtons IFA Limited 63,000 for failing to properly apportion roles and responsibilities to its senior management, putting consumers at risk. The firm is also accused of not having systems in place to ensure its advisers were trained and competent.

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Guide: 10 required letters — what to send, to whom and when?

This guide from Johnson Fleming will take you through the required communication and also give ideas for additional actions that will ensure your auto-enrolment project is a success. The topics in this guide include: the letters you need to send out; what to send and when; the importance of employee engagement; and what to consider as additional communication.

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