MacGillivray: FCA alert comes after horse has bolted
Neil MacGillivray, chairman of the Association of Member-directed Pension Schemes and head of technical support at James Hay Partnership
The FCA advised AMPS at the beginning of August that they had issued an alert highlighting some of the risks arising from authorised firms accepting business from unauthorised introducers and lead generators.
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