The big issue

Cicutti, Nic
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/2/2009, p26
In this article the author comments on the reliability of the financial services regulation in protecting the welfare of consumers in Great Britain. He realized that financial services regulation had been studied closely with the aim of improving its services for the customers. However, he also noticed that regular changes in the regulation continue to fail in realizing its goals resulting into unreliable and potential advantages for the customers.


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