Transfers are the top target for regulator

McMillan, Paul
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p8
The article discusses the issue on Great Britain Financial Services Authority's (FSA) top agenda, the pension transfer business, in the Profit Impact of Market Strategy (PIMS) conference on board in Arcadia in June 2009. Grant Thornton notify that FSA is having a tough line on pension transfer business and in proving the advise of firms to be positively suitable. Grant Thornton senior manager Scott Soper said that the present focus is on personal pension to personal pension transfers.


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