Advisers flooded with calls from directories

Norman, Tessa
July 2015
Money Marketing;7/2/2015, Issue 1492, p15
The article reports that financial advisers in Great Britain are being urged to manage the pension enquiries they get from retirement adviser directories after some reported receiving many that they could not cope.


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