FCA could axe platform exit fees to boost competition

Platform exit fees could be axed by the Financial Conduct Authority to improve competition and make it easier for investors to switch platform.


CMA: £1.6trn pension investment sector has "competition problems"

The Competition and Markets Authority is proposing a raft of reforms to the pensions investment consultancy and fiduciary management sector after identifying substantial concerns about lack of competition.


FCA to shake up £500bn investment platform market


The FCA says it plans to shake up the £500bn investment platform market to boost competition after concerns about how platforms compete with each other and for customers.


FCA to ‘clarify’ powers on authorisation and competition

The FCA has today published consultation documents on its approach to authorising firms and its competition rules to see if its powers need to be made more transparent to users.

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