Adviser calls for FSA ruling on Barclays

Blackmore, Nicole
May 2009
Money Marketing;5/28/2009, p64
The article reports on the compensation claim of the clients for Barclays PLC who have lost their money during the global balanced income fund in Aviva in Great Britain. The adviser has written to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) seeking them to review the issue. As stated, the suggestion of Barclay to transfer the savings into the fund has caused disrepute to the financial services industry.


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