Fifty-eight per cent of adviser firms would volunteer to have a member of FSA staff shadow their firm while 42 per cent are against it, according to a poll on Moneymarketing. co.uk.
Nationwide Building Society is increasing the rates on some of its fixed and tracker rate mortgages.
Invesco Perpetual has allayed adviser concerns about the ever increasing size of Neil Woodford’s income and high-income funds.
Most brokers believe that technological advancements by lenders could see them use fewer packagers.
EXPERTS Q&A: our panel assess the potential of the market and why few IFAs offer advice on the complex sector.
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