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How to meet FCA's social media guidelines

In this new and exciting video series, Citywire social content producer Laura Holland explains the Financial Conduct Authority's social media guidelines for financial firms.

Have you read the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) FG15/4 social media guidelines?

No? Well, Citywire social content producer Laura Holland has, and in this new series she sets out to explain it all in bitesize chunks. 

In this two-part section, Laura explains what you need to know before posting something online. 

If you are a wealth manager, financial adviser, or financial planner with an active social media agenda, this is a must-watch. 

You can view the first video, above, but check out upcoming episodes as we publish them, and do not forget to join in the debate in the comment section below. 

 

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