Complaints Commissioner backs FSA in passporting row

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The Complaints Commissioner has rejected a claim against the Financial Services Authority (FSA) by a consumer who wrongly believed their UK-based adviser had passporting permissions.

In 2007, the consumer approached a branch of the advisory business - Firm A - in Spain, where it had an office. The customer believed it had received an Investment Services Directive (ISD) passp...

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