Fad fears over too much choice

Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p20
The article reports on the statement made by James Norton, financial planning director at Evolve, which states that providers need to take a responsible approach to new product launches since it could be dangerous for the sector in Great Britain. It mentions that risks in the industry are to be considers seriously due to its volatility. It relates that investors and financial institutions are more keen in finding more options in the market.


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