Industry bosses on financial advice review panel revealed

Norman, Tessa
October 2015
Fundweb;10/15/2015, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the expert panel advising the Treasury and Financial Advice Market Review of the financial regulatory body Financial Conduct Authority of Great Britain which will run to December 22, 2015 has been named. The panel includes financial services industry executives Andy Briggs, Richard Freeman, and Sue Lewis.


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