The custard clause

Marr, Julian
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/2/2009, p31
In this article the author comments on the quality and reliability of the financial services regulations by the Financial Services Industry in Great Britain. The regulation assures the reliability of financial advisers in helping investors make decisions that will help them strive through whatever catastrophe the market will encounter. Moreover, it is also aimed at protecting consumers from fraudulent activities of some advisers.


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