Aifa's new policy director talks to Paul Robertson about issues affecting IFAs - from challenges of the RDR, to TCF deadlines and the ongoing PPI investigation - plus Kylie Minogue
Andrew Strange looks to be custom built for the position he took up in July. No sensible person would want a Gordon Ramsey-type character as policy director steering the Association of IFAs (Aifa) and the Association of Mortgage Advisers (AMI) through the multiple regulatory issues facing the financial advice sector. They would, rightly, opt for a measured, thoughtful and cerebral type. Andrew Strange to a tee. Tasked with formulating and communicating the associations' response to the myriad UK and pan-European issues that will, or could, impact on UK markets, Strange is an experienced s...
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