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FSA set to publish league tables

For the first time the Financial Services Authority is set to publish league tables detailing the effects of costs and charges on financial products.


In a move outlined in today&#39s budget the Chancellor announced the plans which he believes will prevent future mis-selling within the financial services industry. The league tables will provide consumers with a detailed rundown of the costs and charges for pensions, investments and insurance plans.


The move is also the first time many product providers compelled to publish details of their costs.

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