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What about the pension public?

Tom Kean should check his facts before putting pen to paper. Decisions


about the extent of mortgage regulation are a matter for HM Treasury.


The remainder of his comments do no favours for the majority of IFAs and,


in particular, the 2,500 or so firms which are now working hard to complete


the review and regain customer confidence.


Mr Kean obviously feels hard done by. I am sure that Money Marketing could


fill many pages with the views of investors who feel the


same way.



Philip Robinson


Director of communications,


Financial Services Authority,


London E1

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