The FSA is to launch a crackdown on advice around the transfer of personal pensions into Sipps or other PPs, including enforcement action and forcing wide reviews of past business, according to a leaked report seen by Money Marketing.
First, I want to comment on Ted Cordener’s letter (Money Marketing, November 20) where he urges the Chartered Insurance Institute not to steal the IFS name for the CII’s own use.
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has cut the Bank base rate by another 1 per cent to 2 per cent.
I was intrigued to read about Andrew Fisher’s letter to the Prime Minister regarding consumer behaviour being driven by the commission-based sales structure of retail financial advice, which seems well wide of the mark.
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