Osborne and Turner lead list at ABI conference

Pow, Helen
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p18
The article reports that Conservative Shadow Chancellor George Osborne and Financial Service Authority (FSA) chairman Adair Turner will speak at the Association of British Insurers' biennial conference in Great Britain. According to the article, Osborne will address Tory thinking on regulatory and market reform. Meanwhile, Turner is expected to provide his view on the future of regulation in the nation.


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