It is decidedly unhelpful, and a direct cost imposition on business, to respond to such questions by suggesting that external legal advice should best be sought by the person being regulated. Imagine if we actually replied to such suggestions as we truly felt:
What the industry needs, and what the authorities must do if they wish to create an efficient and professional market place here is to make their own rules regarding participation in the industry clearly understood by everyone. Greater clarity via market guidance will promote confidence in the authorities, it will promote confidence in advisers, and that will flow through to greater confidence in the industry by consumers. That of course was supposed to be the objective of all the reform wasn’t it?
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