Banks hail return of simple route

Salih, Chris
June 2007
Money Marketing;6/28/2007, p5
The article reports that the British Bankers' Association has suggested to the Great Britain Financial Services Authority (FSA) to simplify its advices as part of its retail distribution review. Chief executive Angela Knight affirms that the issue should not be overlooked despite the skepticism about the role. She adds that the advice should be reviewed even if several attempts have failed.


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