Grant Thornton issues warning

A substantial number of UK motor retailers, removal and travel companies run the risk of seeing a significant disruption to their businesses in 2005 as a result of being unable to sell insurance to their customers. The warning comes from Grant Thornton's financial market's group. In the survey 40% of secondary market firms questioned who sell insurance as a secondary activity have not yet applied for Financial Services Authority (FSA) authorisation. Ian Gorham, a partner within Grant Thornton's

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