The FCA is considering plans to create a separate register that would include financial advisers, in the wake of feedback received on its proposals for the Senior Manager & Certification Regime (SM&CR).
In August last year, a freedom of information request submitted by Professional Adviser to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed all CF30 certified workers, which includes all financial advisers, would no longer be "approved" under the incoming SM&CR, meaning a number of advisers would fall off the Financial Services Register. In a statement issued earlier this week, however, the financial watchdog said it had received "substantial feedback" on the public value of the FCA maintaining...
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