Managing my financial journey
Managing my financial journey

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Managing my financial journey

Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Martin Upton.

Open University academics who contributed to this course

Educators:

Martin Upton, Senior Lecturer in Finance and Director of the True Potential Centre for the Public Understanding in Finance

Lotfi Boulkeroua, Lecturer in Finance

Jonquil Lowe, Lecturer in Personal Finance

Janette Rutterford, Professor of Financial Management

Martin Upton would like to thank all those who have made this course possible and True Potential LLP for their support for personal finance education for the public.

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Tables

Table 1: adapted from: FCA (2013a) ‘Principles for Businesses’ [Online]. Available at http://fshandbook.info/FS/html/FCA/PRIN (Accessed 21 December 2013).

Text

4.3.4 Extract adapted from: Turner, C. (2008) FSA Financial Regulation: The Official Learning and Reference Manual, 13th edn, London, Securities and Investment Institute

Audio visual

All videos in Week 4 © The Open University

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