Advice under RDR too costly for banks

Blackmore, Nicole
January 2011
Money Marketing;1/27/2011, p60
The article reports on the study conducted by Ernst & Young LLP which reveals that advice under the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) is not financially feasible for banks in Great Britain.


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