With reference to the writer "name and address withheld" (Letters, 1 December) , I totally agree with his comments on the FSA and commission disclosure.

All that will happen, if we are to disclose commissions, is that clients who see us earning £10 commission on a case where much time has been spent on it, will feel sorry for us, and where we earn £200 or more, they will be asking for a cut, or they will check out other brokers to see who will give them a cut.

This happened to me in the past when I was an IFA selling investment bonds and pensions.

When will the FSA leave the small brokers alone to get on with their job of looking after clients?

Jack Williams
Reigate, Surrey