Well run brokers have nothing to fear from the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) ongoing diagnostic work on dual pricing, according to industry experts.
However, they have warned that the delay in publishing the findings should not be confused with a belief that the regulator has taken its eye off the ball. Nor is there consensus that there are not issues to overcome.
The FCA first proposed what it termed “discovery work” on pricing practices in its Business Plan for 2017/18. The move
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