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FSA embarks on consumer education project

The Financial Services Authority is holding a forum to promote public awareness of the financial system fulfilling one of its four key statutory objectives.


The Consumer Education Forum is being organised in association with the Money Management Council and will mark the beginning of a period of public consultation and debate on the FSA&#39s responsibility for consumer education.


FSA director of consumer relations Christine Farnish will be the key note speaker. The forum will be chaired by Marie Jennings of the Money Management Council.


The event will conclude with short responses from a panel of experts and a question and answer session with audience participation.

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