Tory savings policies to offer opportunities for IFAs

Pow, Helen
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p1
The article reports on the claims of George Osborne, Chancellor of Conservative Shadow, regarding the opportunities cited at the economic policies for Independent Financial Advisers (IFA) in London, England. It mentions that Osborne's claims were addresesed during the biennial conference, which was initiated by the Association of British Insurers and cites that the Conservative parties are able to assure the provision of independent financial advice services.


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