The Financial Services Authority, a London regulatory agency, said Tuesday it will not speak out on soft fees or bundled brokerages until March, according to Dow Jones Newswire.

FSA spokesman Dave Eacott said that although consultations on new initiatives stopped in October, the FSA would need much more time to mull over the proposals and come up with a position.

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