National IFAs are convinced polarisation is finished

Gallagher, Rosemary
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p104
Reports that independent financial advisers (IFA), Berry Birch&Noble and Millfield are convinced that Great Britain's Treasury and Financial Services Authority (FSA) have decided on the elimination of polarization. Views of Millfield on the FSA open meeting on polarization on October 4, 2001; Comments from Stephen Ingledew, managing director of Berry Birch&Noble.


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