The FCA has said it will re-open its Temporary Permissions Regime notification window on September 30, so any EU-based firm intending to [...]
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FCA says mortgage lenders need to provide ‘tailored support’ to borrowers when Covid payment holidays endscottrobert2020-09-10T11:20:53+01:00
The Financial Conduct Authority has called on mortgage lenders to consider what “tailored support” individual borrowers might require when their Covid-19 payment [...]
Overall complaint volumes may have reduced from those seen in the last quarter, or 12 months ago, but the FOS is still [...]
The 2008 financial crash kick started the idea of “better regulation”, how can regulators improve the market in which they operate but [...]
Interest rate linked car finance commission to be banned from next year – FCA also announces commission disclosure changes for all credit brokersscottrobert2020-08-19T08:52:20+01:00
The FCA is to go ahead with its previously announced plans to ban car finance commission arrangements where the level of commission [...]
A Freedom of Information request from trade publication Money Marketing has illustrated the effects of the coronavirus pandemic on advisory firms in [...]
The Financial Conduct Authority has highlighted to firms that there are 24 million potentially vulnerable adults in the UK and calls on [...]
FCA says only exceptional circumstances should stop firms failing to complete complaints investigations within eight weeksscottrobert2020-08-14T16:36:10+01:00
The Financial Conduct Authority says “firms have now had enough time to embed new ways of working” and that only in [...]
Some firms may be conscious of the direct commercial impact the coronavirus pandemic could have. Fewer will have considered the reputational risk [...]
It is no exaggeration to say that, just a few months ago, very few people knew what ‘furlough’ meant. Now of course [...]