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Non real-time financial promotion definition

What does Non real-time financial promotion mean?

A financial promotion made in writing.

This includes invitations and inducements made in brochures, letters, faxes, emails and websites. Exempt professional firms can rely on the article 55 exemption to make non-real time financial promotions about the services they provide in their promotional materials.


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Non real-time financial promotion is referenced 2 in UK Parliament Acts

Non real-time financial promotion is referenced 4 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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