Six sense

North, Kim
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p33
In this article, the author discusses the possibility of increasing the Qualifications & Curriculum Authority (QCA) level to six in Great Britain. According to the author, an assessment tool is necessary to achieve competence. The author also comments on the marketing capability of the Independent Financial Advisers (IFA) regarding the price comparison sites.


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