The Money Advice Service (MAS) has issued an apology to members of the Personal Finance Society (PFS) after seemingly questioning adviser ethics in a speech earlier this month.
The PFS received a statement of apology from MAS chief executive Caroline Rookes, who claimed her comments had been "misrepresented". It followed "urgent dialogue" between Rookes and PFS chief executive...
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