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1. FCA implements SMR principles to govern all firms

The FCA is already applying the SMR to major financial institutions, and anticipates extending them to smaller firms, including IFAs, in 2018.

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By Ken Davy
2. Keeley Paddon: Pension scam cold-callers - we've got your number

For far too long, says Keeley Paddon, cold-callers and pension scams have been a blight on the pensions sector and it is good to see the authorities finally appear to be grasping the nettle

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