FCA investment pathways implementation paused as DB transfer work continues

Stopped suitability of advice work

Hannah Godfrey
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The FCA will pause its follow-up work on assessing the suitability of advice.
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The FCA will pause its follow-up work on assessing the suitability of advice.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has temporarily paused the implementation of its investment pathways work while it refers the matter to its board, however it will press on with its work on defined benefit (DB) transfers amid the coronavirus.

A ‘Dear CEO' letter to addressed to those providing services to retail investors and published on Tuesday evening (31 March) outlined steps the regulator was taking to continue its work amid the coronavirus...

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