FSA staff who move to new body won't get bank pensions

July 2010
Money Marketing;7/1/2010, p12
The article reports on the confirmation of Adair Turner, financial services authority (FSA) chairman, concerning the exclusion of FSA staffs, who move to the new prudential authority, in the pension scheme of Bank of England in Great Britain.


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