Quality control

Fox, Richard
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p36
In this article the author discusses the implications of the disciplinary actions carried out by the British Financial Services Authority (FSA). He asserts that the action of FSA should recognise the issues, adjustments and product range to identify the weight of the action. He notes that the disciplinary action is aimed to address the sales practices of mortgages to leverage professional standards.


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