FSA in row over RPB trail cash

Gallagher, Rosemary
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p3
Focuses on Great Britain Financial Services Authority's (FSA) policy wherein product providers are not prevented from continuing to pay commission to ex-registered professional bodies even if they are no longer authorized by the FSA. Reaction of independent financial advisers on the policy; Step taken by the Institute of Chartered Accountants to comply with the rule; Views of Colin Jackson, Baronworth Investments director on trail commissions.


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