The Right Mortgage confirms no overseas advisers will be suspended

Following no deal Brexit

Adam Saville
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The Right Mortgage confirms no overseas advisers will be suspended

Adviser firm does not need to seek authorisation from local EU regulators if there is no deal Brexit

Yesterday we reported that The Right Mortgage had informed a protection advice firm that two of its advisers working overseas in the EU would be suspended in the event of a no deal Brexit, unless authorisation from their local authority had been achieved, even though they only advised UK business. Today COVER has learnt that The Right Mortgage confirmed that following a conversation with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), no advisers working overseas will be suspended from the network ...

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