Ai fa warning of Mifid chaos

Salmon, James
August 2005
Money Marketing;8/4/2005, p2
Reports on the key controversies pertaining to the European Union's financial instruments directives for the investment advice market. Indications of an increase in professional indemnity insurance requirements; Need for requirements that would assess suitability and appropriateness of advice gauging investors' education, qualifications and investment experience; Confusion over the use of two sets of conduct of business rules for investment advice. INSET: Aifa's concerns over the EU's markets in financial . . ..


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