FCA

The Financial Conduct Authority is stepping up its efforts to ensure firms are aware of what they need to do to prepare for the potential of a no-deal Brexit.

The Financial Conduct Authority has appointed Kate Collyer as its Chief Economist.

Andrew Tinney, a former senior director of troubled UK bank Barclays, has been handed a public telling off from the financial regulator for allegedly denying the existence of a report that criticised the bank’s operating culture.

The Financial Conduct Authority is proposing new rules to address harm to retail consumers from the sale of derivatives and exchange traded notes (ETNs) referencing certain types of crypto assets.

The UK’s financial watchdog has launched a market study to examine how the credit information market operates and the impact it has on consumers.

The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed that, following a consultation exercise, it is recognising two major voluntary market codes of best practice under its codes recognition scheme.

The UK's Financial Conduct Authority said it plans to take more action against people who give poor advice on pension ransfers out of so-called Defined Benefit schemes.

The UK’s financial regulator, the FCA, has launched a new ad for the final deadline for PPi claims, using its Animatronic Arnie, this time supported by, Mr Motivator, blogger, Skint Dad, and financial expert Sarah Pennells.

The UK’s financial watchdog has defended its controversial decision not to take action against the Royal Bank of Scotland or its former executives for past mistreatment of small business customers.

The Financial Conduct Authority today confirmed it will introduce new rules in the Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) market, saving consumers around £40-60 million a year.

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