FSA is consulting on enhancing the professionalism of investment advisers under the RDR. Its key proposal is to require advisers to show greater skills and knowledge and meet higher client dealing standards by 2012. It wants to achieve this by an in-house governance structure, placing responsibilities on firms for ongoing compliance, so FSA can concentrate on its new intensive supervisory approach over individuals. It has also clarified some important questions on qualifications and has published a list of acceptable qualifications. FSA wants comments by 16 March 2010.