Tomorrow's distribution options

Warren, Bill
July 2006
Mortgage Strategy;7/3/2006, p57
Trade Publication
The author discusses the British Financial Services Authority's (FSA) plan to review how the models of retail distribution in the financial services industry particularly the financial advice sector might evolve. The review was stemmed from the challenges faced by the retail intermediaries sector from economic and market pressures. The FSA aims to seek views on the future of the market and the development of scenarios outlining ways in which the market might develop from mortgage and general insurance intermediaries and independent financial advisers.


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