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Introducing Noise Audits for Financial Advice

Noise

Oxford Risk has launched a landmark study of human noise and inconsistencies in the advice process.

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Applying Behavioural Finance to the Consumer Investment Market #2b: Failings of non-existent suitability 2 – pension transfers, ESG, and adviser noise

Behavioural Finance

This is the fourth post in a series giving our response to the FCA’s Call for Input on how to apply behavioural finance to help people make engaged investment choices more comfortably and confidently, and what role regulations can play in helping that to happen.

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Applying Behavioural Finance to the Consumer Investment Market #2a: Failings of non-existent suitability 1 – behavioural capacity

Suitability

This is the third post in a series giving our response to the FCA’s Call for Input on how to apply behavioural finance to help people make engaged investment choices more comfortably and confidently, and what role regulations can play in helping that to happen.

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Applying Behavioural Finance to the Consumer Investment Market #1: Failings of existing suitability

Suitability

This is part two of our response to the FCA’s Call for Input on how to apply behavioural finance to help people make engaged investment choices more comfortably and confidently, and what role regulations can play in helping that to happen.

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Applying Behavioural Finance to the Consumer Investment Market: Introduction

Suitability

This is the introduction to a series of posts on our response to the FCA’s Call for Input on how to apply behavioural finance to help people make engaged investment choices more comfortably and confidently, and what role regulations can play in helping that to happen.

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