Tories won't commit to 2012 on RDR

Blackmore, Nicole
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/23/2009, p1
The article reports on the move of the Conservative Party in declining to commit to the 2012 deadline in conforming with the retail distribution review (RDR) in Great Britain. Shadow Treasury Financial secretary Mark Hoban cited that IFAs will benefit from the RDR. He adds that consumers should embrace the RDR despite the challenges they will be encountering.


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