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IFAs wait for indication on polarisation

IFAs are waiting for the first indications of the direction the reform of polarisation rules will take when the regulator meets industry representatives tomorrow.

A number of top IFAs are attending a meeting tomorrow where the regulator may give some clarification of its plans for changes to polaristation. The regulator is believed to be releasing research it has carried out n the IFA distribution channel.

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