Lender has no plans to bring its LTI cap in line with its high street rivals.
MPC members feel lending volumes will be suppressed longer than expected.
The regulator says it knows of one individual who took his own life after losing his pension to fraudsters.
Cost of delivering Chancellor George Osborne’s guidance guarantee could spiral as savers access the service as many times as they like.
Review of ETV pension transfers found poor advice in a third of cases
FCA final notice for Financial Ltd reveals catalogue of failings on recruitment and supervision of advisers.
Principal ombudsman Caroline Wayman will head up the FOS with immediate effect.
Redress may be due to customers over Ucis and pension-switching recommendations.
Regulator would have imposed £12.6m fine if it were not for firm’s financial position.
Individual faces 13 charges, including fraud.
Labour peer Lord Kennedy has pressed the Government over what qualifications guides will need.
Barclays, Lloyds and RBS are to announce to a further £1.5bn in PPI redress, Sky News reports.
The lender has placed an income multiple cap of 4.75 times income on all residential applications.
Regulator confirms fine after Upper Tribunal decision in May.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has reported a 46 per cent drop in year-on-year complaints between April and June.
Serious Fraud Office launches inquiry into allegations Carney says could be bigger scandal than Libor.
FCA reveals there will be no limit to how many times savers can use the service in retirement.
FCA proposes advisers paying largest proportion of guidance levy.
Regulator urges Sipp operators to take action in ‘Dear CEO’ letter.
Advice firms will be told to provide redress after review identified poor practice.
Shadow Treasury financial secretary Cathy Jamieson says party “open” to higher fines for repeat offences and flagrant rule breaking.
FSCS seeks to make firms with claims against them of between £100k and £150k test cases in legal battle with advisers over Keydata.
Advisers slam increases in senior pay at regulatory bodies.
New insurer will monitor firms’ business activity on monthly basis
Risk warning sent to potential investors in £2m EIS
Over-zealous affordability checks are not evidence of unintended consequences, says FCA.
The regulator is anxious to conclude closed book inquiry, says FCA chairman.
It is not acceptable for firms to attempt to escape from their liabilities, says FCA chief executive.
Full review being considered after joint report with FCA finds lack of competiton in SME and current account markets.
Long-awaited guidance on simplified advice will not give firms the confidence they need, say experts.
All firms must pay their share of regulatory costs, says FCA chief Martin Wheatley.
Individuals at Sipp providers in process of being referred to enforcement following thematic review.
EU directive has put long-stop review on hold, says FCA chief Martin Wheatley.
A plan to sell off shares in the EEA Life Settlements fund has been shelved after opposition from an investor action group and a looming regulatory deadline.
Chairman John-Griffiths defends the decision to hold the FCA’s November meet at a five-star luxury hotel.
The Pensions Regulator conducted 785 investigations into auto-enrolment non-compliance between April 2013 and March this year, using its formal powers on 18 occasions.
A list of 24,000 client names across Europe was leaked by former HSBC private bank employee Herve Falciani.
House of Lords inquiry to look at Europe’s new regulatory framework and whether UK has defended its interests.
FCA says negotiated settlement of redress is best course of action.
Thematic review finds that comparison sites are leading consumers to focus on price over cover.