FCA board agrees to ditch ‘value for money’ tag

Friday saw the FCA release minutes from the most recent Board meeting, showing that amongst the plans to tackle weak competition the FCA has agreed to remove the term ‘value for money’ from the final rules relating to the Asset Management Market Study (AMMS). It’s fascinating to watch the FCA wrestling with such a difficult concept for our industry.

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