47,000 mortgage prisoners are still unable to switch to a new deal, despite being up-to-date with their payments, according to the latest FCA data.
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The FCA has proposed banning debt packager firms from being paid to refer customers on to other firms.
The FCA has fined Sunrise Brokers £642,000 for deficient anti money laundering systems and controls in relation to cum-ex trading.
The Government has today announced that it will increase the normal minimum pension age (NMPA) from 55 to 57 in April 2028 as planned.
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has won approval to overhaul how it calculates and collects regulatory fees from the practices it regulates, so it can now charge more to...
The FCA has announced plans to introduce "specific sustainability-related requirements" for advisers as part of its new ESG strategy.
Conservative peer and former pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann has challenged the Government on its decision to replace the state pension 'triple lock' with a 'double lock' for...
The number of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) submitted by financial firms to the FCA has been steadily increasing year-on-year since 2017, according to official data.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has announced this morning that it is prepared to adjust the amount of capital banks hold to reflect climate risk.
Sophisticated investors and pension funds are among those who will have access to new types of investment opportunities following changes made by the FCA.