Folly of resistance

August 2009
Money Marketing;8/20/2009, p22
In this article, the author discusses the role of the bodies representing advisers in raising professional standards in the financial services industry during conflicts in Great Britain. She states that in times of conflict, the Financial Services Authority must base their assessments on the level of knowledge and application that would be tested. She adds that it is understandable that some will be apprehensive about the future but the industry needs to be evolve.


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