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FSA will review depolarised market within two years

The FSA has committed to a review of the market in the short term future, possibly within two years.

It says that if the desired effects of depolarisation have not materialised, it will consider whether further changes are required.

It will be looking to see if firms are offering a wider choice of competitively priced products, if consumers are better informed, if the quality of advice has changed, and if the nature of competition has changed.

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