Brokers are in the dark about FSA replacement

May 2012
Mortgage Strategy;5/21/2012, p005
Trade Publication
The article reports on mortgage brokers' lack of knowledge on the Financial Conduct Authority as the replacement for the Financial Services Authority in Great Britain. The Sanctionssearch.com poll of 100 brokers found that brokers are ill-equipped for the forthcoming changes in 2013. Chris Clare, director of SanctionsSearch.com, expects that the focus of the new regulator will be on small companies.


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