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FSA will not investigate Ashley Law dispute

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  • 01/07/2003
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National independent financial adviser firm Ashley Law has said it has had assurances from the ...

National independent financial adviser firm Ashley Law has said it has had assurances from the Financial Services Authority that it has no intention of launching an investigation into the company. A group of former members, Ashley Law Ex Members Action Group, sent a formal complaint to the FSA detailing issues they had with the company (pg 4 Mortgage Solutions, 2 June). The FSA said it can get involved only in disputes that are regulatory and not simply contractual, but cannot comment on individual complaints.


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