Bright Grey is accused of being price-driven

York, Nicola
July 2006
Money Marketing;7/27/2006, p72
The article reports on the accusations made by brokers against Bright Grey. The brokers claim that Bright Grey has lost its focus and has become too price-driven. The company repriced its product offerings in July 2006. The article reports on Bright Grey's plan to put independent financial advisers at the core of its proposition.


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