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FCA’s investment push aims to reduce risk of consumers’ savings being eroded
Data reform would remove a human check on algorithms
It has been seven months since the government pledged to regulate BNPL credit
A tie-up between Mishcon and a funder highlights a poorly regulated area
FCA does not routinely check whether guidance is followed on payouts for unsuitable transfer advice
TheCityUK calls for tax and labour reforms to help compete with New York and Hong Kong
FCA chair singles out social media influencers as he says urgent action needed to protect consumers
Third of those that applied to be signatories failed to pass review process, says FRC
Reform of corporate criminal liability is needed to hold large companies to account
It’s time to regenerate the UK’s fight against financial crime, argues RUSI’s Tom Keatinge.
Financial Reporting Council makes formal complaint against accounting firm
Regulators’ ability to tackle the cryptosphere is limited
Regulator leaves exchange free to keep operating despite misgivings
Company’s UK affiliate ‘failed to’ respond to basic questions, says British regulator
UK regulator promises to be ‘more interventionist’ to ensure businesses do not get away with poor standards
A questioning mindset is key to auditing, yet lack of professional scepticism is a recurring criticism
BaFin and FCA find no evidence of wrongdoing after looking into dealing, including by Mercedes F1 boss
Authorities levied $1bn in the first half of 2021, on track to hit last year’s total of $2.2bn
Fintech sees its new salary advance service as a business generator but the big risk is regulation
Ministers want to break dominance of largest accountancy firms and increase competition
Light-touch regulation raises concerns ahead of expected rush of work as pandemic business support is withdrawn
FCA examines rules that would ensure consumers and businesses have continuing access to cash
New FRC head will not be in place before current interim chief departs in October
Finance industry executives cancel summer holidays to deal with workload
FCA may invoke rarely used powers to help thousands of former British Steel workers given unsuitable advice