May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p38
The article presents the perspectives of financial advisers regarding the capability of banks to deliver impartial money guidance in Great Britain. Paul Phillips believes that banks are incapable of providing such service because of their management structure and business focus. Martin R. Gale stresses that banks has the ability, however, they will not offer the kind of service to lessen their pressures. Richard Green notes that banks' operation are focus on sales-driven products.


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