Rose, Philip
August 2003
Money Marketing;8/7/2003, p21
Discusses ways to increase the profit of independent financial advisers in Great Britain. Role of internet and electronic business submission and commission settlement; Challenges in selling investment products; Need to change sales and administration systems to become more efficient.


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