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David M Aaron bosses could work again

THE FSA has confirmed that the directors of banned IFA David M Aaron (Personal Financial Planners) Limited could still work in financial services.

Regulators have said that the firm&#39s directors David M Aaron, Andrew Jones, Michael Aaron and Stephen Aaron could all reapply for FSA authorisation again.

All four men would have to go through a rigorous authorisation process but could still be employed in the financial services industry.

David M Aaron (Personal Financial Planners) Limited was banned by the FSA this week for mis-selling of precipice bonds.

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