FSA sought clarity after confusion on fund suspensions

Daley, James
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p7
Reports that Great Britain's Financial Services Authority (FSA) called for clarity from investment firms as confusion reigned in the independent financial adviser community over which funds remained open for trading. Actions taken by fund managers following the terrorist attacks in the U.S.; Outcome of the meeting between FSA and the Depository and Trustees Association.


Related Articles

  • MM Leader: Question marks over value of MAS.  // Money Marketing (Online Edition);3/15/2012, p28 

    The article reports on whether Money Advice Service (MAS) has been able to perform its task. It is stated that the MAS's first mistake was to launch an expensive advertising campaign which enraged part of the industry it had pledged to work with. It is mentioned that the campaign also sent a...

  • Aifa fears time-bar rules could invalidate IFAs' PI cover. Bone, Alison // Money Marketing;11/4/2004, p5 

    Reports on the concern of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers regarding the likelihood that Financial Services Authority rules could invalidate the independent financial advisor's professional indemnity insurance in Great Britain. Circumstances surrounding the introduction of the...

  • FSSC exam warning on RDR. Blackmore, NicoIe // Money Marketing;2/12/2009, p3 

    The article reports on the advice of the Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC) on the new minimum requirements for advisers under the retail distribution review (RDR) in Great Britain. FSSC expresses that the requirements do not guarantee that they could meet the 2012 requirements of the...

  • Aifa working party will judge the success of depolarisation. Salmon, James // Money Marketing;1/5/2006, p3 

    The article reports that the Association of Independent Financial Advisors is setting up a working party to enable the industry to judge for itself the success of depolarization without relying on the British Financial Services Authority's (FSA) research. The working party will set its own...

  • Bancassurers flying in under the RDR. Blackmore, Nicole // Money Marketing;6/28/2007, p1 

    The article reports on the views of director general Chris Cummings of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers regarding the proposals of the Great Britain Financial Services Authority to create a primary advice channel in Great Britain. According to Cummings, the proposals will...

  • 'Treating customers fairly could provide gift-wrapped claims' Salmon, James // Money Marketing;7/21/2005, p5 

    Reports on the warning of Association of Independent Financial Advisors director general Chris Cummings that the Financial Services Authority's treating customers fairly initiative could prompt a wave of complaints against independent financial advisors. Statement of Cummings regarding the...

  • Poll reveals advisers uncertain over TCF. Shaw, Sam // Money Marketing;11/17/2005, p7 

    The article reports that 63 per cent of 393 members of the Association of Independent Financial Advisors claim that the Great Britain Financial Services Authority (FSA) had not taken adequate measures to provide information on the FSA's Treating Customer Fairly (TCF) initiative. This lack of...

  • NEWS IN BRIEF.  // Money Marketing;2/12/2009, p2 

    The article offers news briefs related to financial services in Great Britain. The Association of Independent Financial Advisers (Aifa) questions the Financial Risk Outlook 2009 report released by the Financial Services Authority (FSA). FSA warns life insurers to review their credit risk and...

  • Aifa raises fears over MoneySense. Milner, Leah // Money Marketing;2/12/2009, p7 

    The article reports on the concern of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers (Aifa) regarding the MoneySense advice service of National Westminster Bank PLC (NatWest) for the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Great Britain. The service is indicated to present confusion with the...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics