AIFA: 30-month time limit 'arbitrary number'

Laura Miller
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AIFA says the FSA's planned 30-month time limit for new advisers to qualify is one "arbitrary number" in a paper it says raises more questions than it answers.

In CP10/12 Competence and ethics the FSA proposes to apply one overall time limit of 30 months within which an individual who joined the retail advice sector after 30 June 2009 must pass all modules of...

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