Impact points

Cicutti, Nic
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/13/2009, p13
In this article, the author discusses a response by an independent financial adviser (IFA) to his commentary on the impact of dual mortgage pricing on brokers in Great Britain. The author says that the commentary led to electronic mails from advisers, many of them told him about their experiences. He mentions an IFA who told his client that he was unable to arrange a mortgage for him and views of another IFA who anticipated that IFAs will be vanished in coming years.


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