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FCA Warns Banks To Limit Number Of Clients Transferred Abroad As Part Of Brexit Preperations

As speculation on the future of Brexit peaks ahead of MPs voting on the withdrawal bill on 11th December, the warning urges banks to concentrate their preparatory efforts on “day one readiness”. With ... read more

Regulator warns banks over Brexit moves out of City

... of international banks in the City of London to limit the number of clients they move overseas as part of their Brexit preparations. The Financial Conduct Authority wrote to the banks last week ... read more

FCA – “Unacceptable” Low Levels of Suitable Pension Transfer Advice

As part of its ongoing review of the pensions transfer industry ... not sufficiently specified to the client. Making inadequate assessments of the risks clients were willing to take. The FCA’s update ... read more

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