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July 3, 2017

Financial Adviser – 15 June 2017

Getting clear about disclosure

The FCA recently conducted a suitability review of 656 IFAs and intermediary firms. The good news is that overall it found firms were indeed largely providing suitable advice. There were some variations with restricted firms and network members generally doing better than independent directly authorised firms.

It did, however, express general disappointment at the levels of disclosure being provided – with 69 per cent of network members offering acceptable levels while, again, the directly authorised firms performed worse – with only 46 per cent meeting expected standards.

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