FSA has released the results of a review of "outdoor" financial promotions. It looked at levels of compliance of promotions in public places such as on billboards and public transport. It found levels of compliance were generally good, although some firms seemed to have had trouble deciding what was mere image advertising and what triggered the more detailed financial promotion rules. It also found some promotions for riskier products either did not provide required warnings or seemed to assume a level of audience sophistication not appropriate to an unspecific audience.