Riley email barrage hits IFAs

York, Nicola
September 2006
Money Marketing;9/14/2006, p7
The article reports on the apology of Scottish Life to the IFA firms for the barrage of emails that contains information of their new bond Riley investment. Scottish Life said that the emails that had been sent to IFA advisers was due to their technical fault and they have rectified that problem. In addition, spokesman of Scottish Life Roger Edwards said that they sincerely apologized for the great inconvenience that bring to the business of IFA firms.


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