FSA's secondary market stance causes confusion

Is the Financial Services Authority (FSA) stance on secondary insurance an opportunity for brokers?

Michael L: The first thing I would be looking at as a broker is where do I currently get my business from, and whether that business will be affected in any way by the introducer rules. Are there opportunities for me to get business I wouldn't otherwise have got? I think there are opportunities for brokers, but if you look at the FSA rules, it's actually quite complicated, what you can and can

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