IFAs reckon policyholders should still switch

September 2001
Money Marketing;9/27/2001, p7
Reports that independent financial advisers (IFA) believe that even if Equitable Life policyholders agree to the compromise deal offered they will still face better prospects looking elsewhere. Views of IFA on the reason behind a potential policyholders' decision to vote for the deal; Implications of the deal for the finances of Equitable.


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