the Financial Services Act

the Financial Services Act
the Financial Services Act UK US noun [S]
FINANCE, LAW in the UK, a law passed in 1986 to make new rules for selling financial services and products. This was done to prepare for BIG BANG(Cf. ↑Big Bang): »

The Financial Services Act stripped the exchange of much of its role as the regulator of stockbrokers.


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