Keydata copout

Farrow, Paul
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/27/2009, p13
In this article the author discusses his sentiments about the plight of investors of Keydata Investment Services Ltd. in Great Britain. He says that they do not know whether they are coming or going, as they were told that their money held in Keydata plans was safe, but, it was suggested that their money was not safe at all. He questions on how the company was able to sell non-compliant individual savings account (Isas) for so long under the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) watch.


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