Regulator - geography: United Kingdom
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The Financial Services Register is a public record that shows details of firms, individuals and other bodies that are, or have been, regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and/or the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). It also has information on firms regulated by the Financial Services Authority that had cancelled or stopped being regulated before April 2013.
In the second video in our series for consumer credit firms, we cover the products and services you sell and the ne… https://t.co/sRQRfsCrhR
We publish our Approach to Enforcement and feedback statement. We explain how we address harm and add public value… https://t.co/uvO2U8NEzG
We publish our Approach to Supervision and feedback statement. We explain the purpose of, and our approach to, supe… https://t.co/yyvqH33zPn
Payment for order flow (PFOF) multi-firm review findings: Our final report from our recent supervisory work on conf… https://t.co/2YtAst1OIy
We publish a Feedback Statement on ‘A duty of care and potential alternative approaches’ setting out next steps… https://t.co/H0plKx8fWW
Here’s the first video in our consumer credit firms series to help you understand our rules and what our expectatio… https://t.co/RgjVgoQpGe
Complaints have decreased by 5% since the first half of 2018, from 4.13m to 3.91m. This is the first time that the… https://t.co/k5wqYI1hYw