Over next 12 months
‘The right values and regulatory regime for open finance needs to be created’
From PPI to the credit crunch
Baby boomers, generation X and millennials
Statutory instruments to be enforced from 29 March
Advisers will follow next year
HM Treasury calling for evidence regarding pre-paid funeral plan market regulation and potential for customer detriment
Feedback wanted on cash savings options
Executive chairman of the Association of Medical Insurance and Intermediaries (AMII) calls for regulator to be "more prescriptive"
Compulsion for all providers and distributors to be regulated by FPA and minimum solvency among proposals
Firms that fail to put processes in place to meet the requirements of MiFID II now will undoubtedly feel the strain - both financially and operationally - in the near future, warns Matt Riordan
Has faced criticism during his tenure
Advice found to be 'suitable' in 93.1% of cases
'It's a concern'
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has called on firms, consumer groups and stakeholders to give consumers information in smarter and more effective ways.
The Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) has called for a 15 year longstop and for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to freeze its budget for two years.
The Financial Conduct Authority's business plan has failed to calculated the Dilnot cap correctly Kay Ingram, divisional director of LEBC Group has warned.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is set to be heavily criticised over its decision to leak details of an upcoming insurance probe to a national newspaper, inadvertently causing shares in several major life companies to plummet, according to reports....
The merger between Friends Life and Aviva has been cleared by the regulators, meaning that only the shareholder vote now remains to be cleared.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has made a number of recommendations changes to the ways firms handle consumer complaints, following a review of 15 financial firms.
Simplified advice should not be restricted to those who have cleared their debts and had other ‘priority needs' met if the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is serious about closing the advice gap, according to a law firm.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has pledged it will overhaul the way it issues attestations to firms - which put the onus on senior management to fix problems - by placing greater importance on clarity and transparency.