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SIB and Regulation of Financial Services

By SLAS Spokesperson

The committee continues to express its concern about the future for solicitors engaged in financial services who will be under double jeopardy when it comes to complaints. It has been noted from the various documents issued by the FSA that there will be no role whatsoever for recognised professional bodies for regulating members and if solicitors wish to continue to carry on investment business, they will require to be authorised directly by FSA.

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