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Promotions still not up to scratch

An FSA report says promotions in the general insurance and sub-prime mortgage sectors are still not up to scratch and need to be improved but the number of investment promotions which fell below the regulatory standard has fallen from 52 per cent in 2004 to 32 per cent in 2006. The report evaluated nearly 1,000 financial promotions to assess progress across different sectors.

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