Aifa wants to hear of life agency cancellations

Blackmore, Nicole
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p7
The article reports that Aifa wants to communicate with financial advisers regarding their cancellation issues in Great Britain. It mentions that Harry Katz, representative of the company, wishes financial advisers to converse with him regarding the intervention of life insurance firms for the closure of their agencies. Katz states that life agencies are hampering the operations of the financial advisers' agencies. The action of Katz to these life agencies are also highlighted.


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