It may not be feasible to fit a square peg into a round hole, but it is possible to shoehorn a client into an investment proposition that isn’t entirely suitable. ‘Shoehorning’ has been a perennial bugbear for the FCA ever since its predecessor – the Financial Services Authority (FSA) – raised concerns about the subject more than six years ago.
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