Ian McGarry was sentenced to six and a half years in jail for his role in a £50m mortgage fraud.
FOS will reconsider ruling which held Sipp operator failed to carry out adequate due diligence.
New figures released by debt charity StepChange reveal the number of people with payday loan debts rose 42 per cent during the first six months of 2014.
Lloyds remains most complained about business group despite complaints halving year-on-year.
Despite £16bn in consumer redress some firms are still refusing to face up to what they have done.
Do those eyeing an online advice offering face a struggle?
Three hours I have spent wrestling with Gabriel, bringer of despair, who demands pointless information just to keep someone in Canary Wharf in a job.
Why do different rules apply to adjudicator and ombudsman decisions?
Alan is well-known for his dislike of the FOS, which he repeats at regular intervals.
The FCA is again pushing the importance of adequate risk-profiling.
Advisers more scared of FOS than FCA, says PFS president.
FCA Inducement News
Malcolm Streatfield says the network’s arrangements with providers have always complied with FCA rules.
IFP Conference 2013
Succession boss tells advisers clients do not want to be advised by “someone they think is poor.”
The Big Interview
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Grey areas can emerge when trying to meet the interests of your customers, especially in areas such as power of attorney
Proposed changes to the Solvency II directive would bring down the cost of securitising, which some say will lead to new lenders.
A huge amount of time and money is about to be spent because the Chancellor did not fully think through the implication of the guidance guarantee.
Use the quieter summer months to determine which areas of your business might benefit from a modular charging structure