FCA says DB transfer redress review will start by year-end

The financial watchdog is set to revisit its original guidance from 2017

Jenna Brown
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FCA says DB transfer redress review will start by year-end

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to start a review of its defined benefit (DB) transfer redress guidance by the end of the year, it has confirmed.

The financial watchdog said it would set out its expectations of firms while the review is ongoing, including clarifying how firms should apply or interpret the guidance in particular areas. T...

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