Google has launched an audit of the services offered by advisers to the financial services industry.

The firm, which includes financial advisors such as Equifax, has launched a public audit of its services.

The company said it would also take measures to protect users against fraud.CFPA advisors are not subject to the strict guidelines of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Financial Advisers Act of 1940.

They can offer a wide range of services to clients, from financial advice to stock picking.

The company, which is also one of the largest advisors to the oil and gas sector, said it was also offering a public disclosure of its advisors to regulators, regulators and customers.

CFPA advisors do not receive any compensation from the company.