Research suggests many different factors are impacting on consumers’ efforts to accumulate sufficient pension savings.
A recent enforcement case highlights the importance of firms sending clear, fair and not misleading communications.
How can firms ensure that compliance with the Senior Managers & Certification Regime becomes part of normal business operations?
In its Annual Report, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme has described 2020/21 as its “most productive year” to date. In the 12 months to March 31 2021, it made decisions on 99,528 claims, and in 52,623 (53%) of these cases, either compensation was provided to the claimant, or they received assistance in transferring to a new product.
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The FCA has announced the rules that will apply to funeral plans from next July.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed the rules that will apply to funeral plan providers when it takes over as regulator of the sector on July 29 2022.
In May 2021, UK consumers borrowed more in consumer credit than they paid off.
The ICO imposed a £200,000 fine on a claims management company for making unsolicited marketing calls.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed a fine for a claims management company that cold called consumers who hadn’t consented to receiving calls.
The Truro-based registered charity was authorised by the FCA in 2017 to carry out not-for-profit debt advice activities. It sought to provide debt advice solutions for customers in arrears on court fines, parking fines, council tax and water bills.