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de·po·lar·ize

(dē-pō'lăr-īz),
To deprive of polarity.

depolarize

the act of depolarization.
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The new rules - known as depolarisation - aim to increase the range of products available to consumers as well as giving them a clearer picture of what they are paying for advice, says the Financial Services Authority.
The move to sell through intermediaries coincides with the depolarisation of the financial advice market that will enable IFAs to promote a wider range of products.
Provision of financial advice for consumers, and the effects of depolarisation
The move by Abbey comes ahead of depolarisation, which is expected in 2005 and ends the current rule restricting firms that are not independent financial advisers to sell products on behalf of only one provider.
However, with the introduction of depolarisation, so-called multi-tied advisers will be able to sell products from a range of different providers without having to offer them from the whole market.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- Depolarisation, the introduction of new products and changing consumer preferences are having major impacts on bancassurance.
We are forming a co-operative and there may well be other societies thinking that rather than meet the costs of such things as the new mortgage regulations, depolarisation of financial advice and international financial reporting standards themselves they could find a partner to help share the burden while continuing to trade locally.
City watchdog the Financial Services Authority is set to introduce the new regime, known as depolarisation, at the end of this year or the beginning of 2004.
We remain confident that marketing in a wide range of best of breed products and services puts us in a strong position to benefit from both depolarisation of financial advice and a recovery in market sentiment,' Mr Wilson said.