UK regulator calls for inputs to improve retail market
On the 09.16.20 at 7:31AM
Pointing out that the consumer investment market is not working “as well as it should”, Christopher Woolard, interim chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) called for inputs to restore the faith in the market.
The FCA stated that too often, consumers get lower returns due to unsuitable products with high fees. To remedy that, it has called for inputs that will create a market that works well for those who rely on it.