FCA would be ‘really concerned’ if long-standing clients were priced out at point they need advisers most
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) director of life insurance and financial advice Debbie Gupta has warned advisers to reconsider their charging structures. Speaking at the Personal Finance Society's (PFS) annual conference last Thursday (28 November) in Birmingham, Gupta stressed the FCA would be "really concerned" if long-standing clients were priced out of advice at the point when they need advisers the most. She said most advisers charge clients a percentage of their assets and this...
Thursday 12 March
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