The long-awaited Consumer Duty Policy Statement has now been published by the FCA, setting a new standard that retail financial services firms are expected to meet to drive better...
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The FCA has introduced new rules to make authorised financial firms more responsible for their appointed representatives (ARs).
The FCA has published a consultation proposing updates to how redress is calculated for unsuitable defined benefit transfers advice.
The Bank of England's changes to mortgage affordability rules take effect from today.
From today, the FCA will regulate pre-paid funeral plans, following legislation passed by Parliament.
The APPG on Mortgage Prisoners is urging Co-operative Bank to pay redress to customers who have overpaid on their SVR mortgages after the Bank lost its appeal at the High Court.
The forthcoming Consumer Duty will place the onus on firms to identify and manage vulnerable customers. With the final policy statement from the FCA due to be published by the end of...
The FCA has extended the period for firms to implement its new Consumer Duty rules by three months.
The FCA has brought two contempt of court applications before Southwark Crown Court regarding ten breaches by an individual of a restraint order obtained under the Proceeds of Crime...
The Bank of England, FCA and PRA have set out potential measures to oversee services provided by critical third parties (CTPs) to the UK financial sector.