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The FCA is to launch a new platform to replace Gabriel, it’s main tool for collecting data from financial adviser firms.
Four parking scheme firms, investments in which were sold through SIPPs providers, have slumped into administration.
The FCA has revealed it will take further action over DB transfers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is concerned about how pension freedoms are impacting consumers and quite rightly so, especially with regards to those accessing their retirement savings and not taking advice, putting them at risk of running out of money, or worse, being scammed.
The FCA has today published a discussion paper on intergenerational financial differences, exploring the changing financial needs of consumers from different age groups.
FCA figures have shown a fall in the number of complaints about regulated firms.
The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) has raised concerns with the FCA at the decision to increase the Financial Ombudsman Service’s (FOS) compensation limit from £150,000 to £350,000, as it may have “serious unintended consequences for its member SMEs”.
The FCA began regulating the claims management industry from today. 
The FCA has revealed more than 600 so-called ‘ambulance chaser’, or claims management companies (CMCs), have registered with the authority.
The FCA has announced the final rules on the Directory - a new public register that enables consumers, firms and others to find information on key individuals working in financial services.
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