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York, Nicola
October 2009
Money Marketing;10/29/2009, p12
The article reports on the views expressed by British Treasury select committee chairman John McFall on issues facing the financial services industry. McFall stresses that the integration of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) with the Bank of England will play an essential role on the effective implementation of financial regulations across the country. Also, he expresses his gratitude on the government's decision to expand the Post Office's role as a universal financial services provider.


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