The FSA today says there must be greater clarity for consumers on both the price and ‘characteristics' of protection products sold by advisers and providers.
The regulator says there must be “oral disclosure” of information on all the main details of a policy, whether over the phone or face to face. In addition, the FSA proposes all firms provide information...
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