FSA slammed for 'pointless' ruling on the use of its logo

A broker has attacked the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) 'pointless' rules on using the regulator's logo on his headed notepaper.

Matthew Wilson of Sharp Insurance said FSA officials on a fact-finding mission told him to remove its logo from his stationery because it could only be used when communicating business with clients and insurers.

Mr Wilson commented: "If I invited a broker to a drinks party, I couldn't use it. So there's two options - either you need a whole new separate set of

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