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January 25, 2012, by CRBFS Professor James Devlin
The inaugural meeting of the FSRF Advisory Board was held in London on Tuesday 24th January. Practitioners from across the financial services sector and senior academics from the University of Nottingham came together to hear of recent developments and to plot a course forward for the FSRF. The FSRF UK’s aim to be the UK’s most inclusive body for advancing the understanding of financial behaviour and promoting the interests of consumers. It is also interested in any developments in the sector and in the global economy that are likely to have profound implications for financial services consumers and their interactions with financial services markets.
Recent develops include this blog, a Forum Facebook page and a Forum Twitter feed. Further research on perceptions of trust and fairness will be published on the Forum website shortly and a lunchtime seminar will be organised in the Spring. Many thanks to all attendees, but in particular to the practitioners who gave up their valuable time to attend the Advisory Board meeting.
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