PwC: Financial services reform 'constraining advice'

Jenna Towler
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Sustainable and well regulated growth in financial services could generate an additional 265,000 jobs and boost GDP by between 2% and 3% by 2020, a report from PwC has found.

However, the company said current reforms to regulation are "constraining" the products and advice available to the consumer. The report, “Where next? Assessing the current and future contribution...

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