Regulator is consulting on expanding its approach to regulating Libor to seven new UK-based financial benchmarks.
Simplified online reports aim to fill gap left by banks and RDR.
The Financial Reporting Council has launched an investigation into Tesco that may see the company sanctioned and force the restatement of its last three financial reports.
Senior staff confident of increases despite EU bonus cap.
Alok Dhanda found guilty of 37 counts of fraud.
Richard Clay pleads guilty to three fraud charges.
Advisers say £30m cut to MAS budget would still not provide value for money.
High Court rules fund manager behind Arch cru failed to exercise reasonable skill and care.
Inquiry could have been carried out by complaints commissioner for free, claims Holland.
Treasury calls for quicker route to appeal and for the regulator to scrap late settlement discounts on fines.
Why is the FCA only now addressing a problem which it has been warned about for years?
Delays in communications with creditors meant some customers owed more in charges.
Regulator could potentially move to less stringent definition of independence.
Two years on from implementation, the FCA still has concerns about clarity of advice charges and services.
Trusts to be made exempt from public registers in victory for UK.
Commissioner orders FCA to apologise to firm and pay £1,000 in compensation.
But Pensions Ombudsman warns member’s entire savings could have already “disappeared”.
Wealth managers are risking the regulator’s stick with their opaque disclosure of costs, Bovill says.
Payday lender has capped costs at highest rate of interest allowed by the FCA.
FCA comms director says she “would have gone anyway” over plans to demote her department
Regulator admits advice labels are not resulting in better consumer understanding.
Research says some advisers are recommending low-cost passive funds rather than reducing charges.
Concerns remain over cost disclosure despite improvements.
The Co-operative Bank failed the Bank of England’s stress testing exercise, while Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland have shored up their balance sheets after initial failures.
Former FSA chief executive Sir Hector Sants is to become a partner at management consultancy firm Oliver Wyman.
Finance Bill 2014 gives HMRC powers to demand disputed tax repayments within 90 days from tax avoidance scheme users.
Regulator rules Jonathan Burrows is not fit and proper.
New enforcement powers take effect from end of the month.
Damning Treasury-commissioned report recommends 60 per cent cut in staff numbers and budget cuts of £30m.
Banks will see their capital calculations checked by auditors for the first time under new proposals.
Regulator says it is unfair for consumers to have to use expensive phone lines to complain.
The FCA has proposed forcing firms to report all complaints they receive as the regulator looks to raise transparency requirements.
FCA had previously argued EU directive could stand in the way of a long-stop.
Just Retirement says customers should be forced on to the open market at retirement.
Proposals could see details of those using simple trust structures made public.
Two men convicted last year for their part in £70m investment fraud.
Regulator investigating whether Barclays and Deutsche Bank used algorithms to manipulate forex.
Providers found actively ignoring ‘shopping around’ principles.
Regulator acknowledges cost could be barrier to development but argues digital tool would boost consumer engagement.
Court rejected advisers’ argument that complaints should be stayed.