'Social media charter' for financial services firms launches

Carmen Reichman
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A 'charter' for financial services firms using social media has launched weeks after the regulator published guidelines on how to communicate compliantly on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

The charter consists of a set of guidelines for firms on how to use social media, a training process and certificate. It was developed by entrepreneur Kitty Parry and regulatory compliance barri...

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