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In My Opinion

 
Gavin McFarlane of Temple Chambers Cardiff warns of the dangers arising from loss of public confidence in the financial services industry
 
The great majority of readers of The Tax Journal are probably connected with the financial services industry in one way or another. A good number will earn their daily bread directly from it and most of the rest of us will be indirectly dependent on financial services. When set against other sectors most of us if we are honest will probably agree that it has provided a living which is on the whole well above the average. But this level of prosperity has been dependent on members of the public at large being prepared to invest in the products provided by the financial services industry. In recent years there has...
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