Thanks and goodbye...... from the editor

May 2014
Money Marketing (Online Edition);5/28/2014, p5
The author comments on the change for both the financial advice profession and the media in Great Britain. People are said to be concerned over the cost and effectiveness of regulation. Advisers were forced to change the way they are paid at a time when clients were feeling the effects of a financial crises.


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