Advisers differ on FSA Difview

Stodell, Hannah
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p5
The article reports that the Investment Funds Association and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) have different views about the distributor-influenced funds (Dif) in Great Britain. It indicates that the FSA considers Dif as a contract of last resort by financial advisers. However, the Association's chairman Andrew Perkins expresses that the Association does not agree with the concept of considering Dif as a contract of last resort by advisers.


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