Law firm challenges 'flawed' pension review

Boles, Corey
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p104
Reports that Halliwell Landau, a city law firm in Great Britain is aiming to gather support from independent financial advisers (IFA) to challenge PIA's right to carry out the pension misselling review. Arguments advanced by the law firm PIA's lack of authority for the review; Response of the Financial Services Authority.


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