IFAs set for an upswing

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/11/2009, p9
The article reports on the prediction of John Baxter, Macquerie's head of financial planning, on the revival of the Independent Financial Adviser's services to their clients in Great Britain. Baxter mentions that the IFA's betterment is the result of changes that have occurred in the market. In addition, he states the relevance of IFA's revival in providing services, particularly in financial planning to their consumers.


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