FSA gap still wide open

Blackmore, Nicole
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/6/2009, p8
The article offers update on the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) authorisation and cancellations trends for independent financial advisers (IFA) in Great Britain. It highlights the quarterly review of Maximas, which reveals that authorizations of mortgage brokers firms have remained stable at 23, while advisers and brokers have consistently high authorisations. Moreover, authorisations for corporate finance, fund management, and hedge funds rose by 17 percent from 65 to 76.


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