The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has taken a step back on proposals that would have seen advisers record all phone calls to clients.
In publishing an update of the proposed phone-recording rules, alongside its fifth Markets in Financial Instruments Directives II (MiFID II) consultation paper, the regulator said a full taping obligation...
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