The Insurance and Savings Ombudsman scheme is getting a name change and advisers using the scheme need to take note.
From November 1, it will become known as the Insurance and Financial Services Ombudsman Scheme (IFSO Scheme).
It said that was to reflect its growing range of financial service provider participants.
The change was proposed earlier this year.
Ombudsman Karen Stevens told Good Returns at the time that the scheme had been operating as the Insurance and Savings Ombudsman for 20 years and the name was no longer an accurate description...MORE»
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