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ROBERT BROWN. Financial advice reform – when will the journey end?

The financial advice industry is on a journey towards professionalism”. While I can’t say exactly what this tired assertion means, I can say that it is invariably offered as an impatient response to pesky commentators who dare to suggest that … Continue reading

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Daniel Brammall. Financial advisers and the conflict of interest.

In December last year the new government announced how it was going to ‘make financial advice more affordable’ by amending the previous government’s ‘Future of Financial Advice’ (FOFA) proposals (1). Recall that the FOFA legislation was introduced in response to … Continue reading

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