FSA pledges 'proportionate' supervision but sticks to RDR deadline

Dale, Sam
September 2012
Fundweb;9/7/2012, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to pursue with Retail Distribution Review (RDR) deadline despite the concerns of Treasury select committee. It notes that the FSA plans to push with its RDR deadline of January 1, 2013, despite the plan of making it proportionate in its supervision of advisers. It adds that the agency is committed to the RDRD timetable despite the implications for advisers.


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