FCA asks for views on consumer investment market in wide-ranging call for input

Will shape future regulatory work

Hannah Godfrey
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a call for input to help shape its work on improving the consumer investment market.

The feedback obtained by the regulator will shape the FCA's work in the coming years on improving the consumer investment market. The FCA is looking at areas it believes the consumer investment market is not working well. As part of the call for input, it is asking the following questions: • What more can we do to help the market offer a range of products that meet straightforward investment needs?  • How can we better ensure that those who have the financial resources to accept the risks of higher risk investments can do so if they wish, but in a way that ensures they understan...

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Hannah Godfrey

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