PFS launches panel to direct consumer confidence work

Carmen Reichman
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The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has established a 'consumer insight panel' to help guide its work on improving consumer confidence and trust in financial advice.

The panel, which met for the first time in January, is tasked with advising the PFS on its delivery of information to consumers and its public education drive. It consists of organisations and individuals...

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