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Financial Planners have backed plans announced by the FCA in its sweeping Consumer Investments strategy released yesterday to tackle consumer investment 'harm'.

The FCA has promised to reduce the FSCA levy from 2025 by 10% a year - but only if it can reduce the number of consumers being harmed by rogue financial services companies.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that it will start a periodic review of pension transfers redress guidance by the end of 2021.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered that Cambridgeshire SIPP provider DAC Pensions Limited be placed into insolvency after the firm accepted business from unauthorised introducers without the proper vetting required by the FCA.

Industry veteran John Moret has called on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to offer greater clarity on measurement mechanisms to aid customer care performance monitoring and benchmarking.

The Court of Appeal has upheld findings of breaches against illegal pension introducers Alexandra Associates (UK) Limited trading as Avacade Future Solutions (AA), and Craig and Lee Lummis in a case brought by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

The Financial Conduct Authority has secured £25m more compensation for 4,500 investors in the failed Park First scheme which saw investments sold to a number of SIPP investors.

Over the next 18 months Financial Planners can expect to see a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) that looks and feels different, according to the regulator’s chief executive Nikhil Rathi.

Savers cashing out their pension pots to take advantage of pension freedoms since 2015 are set to lose £2bn as a result, according to new research.

Pension savers are nine times more likely to accept advice from a pension scammer online than they would in person, according to new research from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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