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MM Wired: What next for the Financial Advice Market Review?

Topics discussed:

– Now that we have the final report, can the FAMR finally deliver on the objectives first set out in the RDR?
– Will proposals boost access to affordable advice? What is the role of technology?
– How do we create a better framework for advice without returning to misselling of the past?

Panellists:

Ed Smith, head of FAMR secretariat, FCA
Keith Richards, chief executive, Personal Finance Society
Malcolm Kerr, senior adviser, EY
Lee Robertson, chief executive, Investment Quorum
Damian Coleman, head of individual distribution, Scottish Widows

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