FSA coming up short on long stop argument

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p33
In this article the author discusses the implications of the effort of the British Financial Services Authority (FSA). He asserts that FSA has already called for a government explanation why the proposed 15-year long stop proposal on the additional benefits of advisers will not push through. He also notes that FSA has a good intention, however, it started in a wrong position which could worsen the situation.


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