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FSA rolls out e-learning tool

The FSA has launched an e-learning package for small firms to help them work out what financial resources they need to meet regulatory requirements.

Firms need to keep adequate financial resources at all times and this online training course is designed for those with little or no accounting knowledge.

The e-learning package can be accessed via the FSA’s website at http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pages/Doing/Events/learning/resources.shtml

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