The FCA has fined Credit Suisse over £147 million for "serious financial crime due diligence failings" related to loans worth over $1.3 billion, which the bank arranged for the...
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Research into financial advisers’ attitudes to the collapse of Woodford Investment Management has revealed that advisers are paying more attention to the liquidity of...
A new report has found that access to financial advice around pension transfers will continue to decline unless action is taken by regulators and pension schemes.
The FCA’s current proposals to change its Listing Rules to improve transparency for investors on diversity of listed company boards and their executive management teams, are the...
The FCA has outlined a new power that will allow it to move faster to remove regulatory permissions that are no longer being used by financial services firms.
The FCA has announced a periodic review of the redress guidance for unsuitable defined benefit (DB) pension transfers.
Insurance firms may not be ready to implement new product governance rules to ensure insurance provides fair value, according to a review published today by the FCA.
The Information Commissioner's Office has fined Halifax-based company Parkin Beacher £50,000 for making illegal marketing calls to people about their pensions.
The FCA has banned and fined a financial adviser almost £1.3m for pension transfer advice failings.
The FCA has won a long battle against Avacade introducers in a case upheld by the Court of Appeal today.