Call for IFA aid on menu system

Greenwood, John
May 2004
Money Marketing;5/6/2004, p2
Reports on the British Financial Services Authority's admission that it is having problems designing a workable menu system that covers three sets of conduct of business rules. Call on independent financial advisers to participate in the design process.


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