Principle-based rules confusing the public

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p16
The article reports on the preference of consumers for the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to identify lenders with poor arrears practices in Great Britain. Dominic Lindley, a principal policy adviser, suggests the need for FSA to clarify and disseminate information on its rules and regulations. He emphasizes a more competent approach in monitoring and enforcement of the financial services industry.


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