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Oct 9, 2006 12:02 pm

How is it that the NASD is letting so many firms cold call the UK under an exemption (section 56 of FSA rules).    It is flate out illegal in the cold call the UK without being an FSA member.   The new MIDIF rules in the UK blow the "loop hole apart"   What firms in NY  have FSA Memberships that are good to work for?

Oct 10, 2006 7:31 pm
UK Broker:

How is it that the NASD is letting so many firms cold call the UK under an exemption (section 56 of FSA rules). [Is this a question?]    It is flate out illegal in the cold call the UK without being an FSA member.   The new MIDIF rules in the UK blow the "loop hole apart"   What firms in NY  have FSA Memberships that are good to work for?


My lord, get some help quick.  I thought they spoke english in the UK.


Back to your cardboard box for some gutter scraps, piker.

Oct 11, 2006 7:33 pm
Grammar Police:

My lord, get some help quick.  I thought they spoke english in the UK.


Back to your cardboard box for some gutter scraps, piker.



Smashing. Give it a welly next time.

Oct 12, 2006 4:01 pm
skeedaddy2:
Grammar Police:

My lord, get some help quick.  I thought they spoke english in the UK.


Back to your cardboard box for some gutter scraps, piker.




Smashing. Give it a welly next time.


You're going to have to help me on this one, I don't speak 'Piker'.