Lenders that write fewer than 300 mortgages a year are now excluded.
Guernsey regulator fines stock exchange for failings relating to Arch cru transactions.
Two online adverts from claims firm The Claims Guys have been banned for being misleading.
Lenders’ policies on pension contributions are pushing some to consider ceasing payments.
John Field, 77, is alleged to have fraudulently obtained more than £1m from 33 investors over a 9-year period.
Survey shows just a quarter of struggling borrowers feel their lender has treated them sympathetically.
Investment and pension firms among 14 businesses declared in default.
Yarrow spent 37 years at Dresdner Kleinwort, most recently serving as chairman of the UK bank.
The bank has withheld £3m in bonus payments to the employees, dismissed for rigging the benchmark interest rate.
The FCA has charged the former treasurer and head of tax at Wm Morrisons, Paul Coyle, with insider trading.
Network sees 6 per cent of members leave after announcing plans for restricted move.
Regulator confirms proposed changes to RMAR, including move to annual reporting for section K.
Regulator close to enforcement deal with banks over Forex rigging, according to reports.
The FCA’s new 15-strong team will authorise and supervise retail investment funds with the aim of greater efficiency.
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EC president cuts remuneration policy from commissioner’s brief to appease critics.
Change of stance will result in better consumer outcomes, say advisers.
Sir Philip Hampton has served as chairman for five years.
Barclays received the highest number of complaints in the first half of 2014.
Firm accepted investment instructions from Quintillion Asset Management without investor’s consent.
Former board members will give evidence as part of probe into Qataris’ involvement during the financial crisis.
Regulator found “significant weaknesses” in the bank’s systems and controls.
FSCS targeting pensions freedoms in future communications.
Adviser overstated his income in two personal mortgage applications.
Regulator recommends advice firms ‘re-examine’ EEA sales.
PRA chief Andrew Bailey warns firms’ operations could be limited if fines are too high.
The Wall Street Journal reports the US regulator is carrying out a probe into whether Pimco artificially boosted returns of an ETF.
Barclays mixed client money with other assets and held inaccurate data, FCA final notice reveals.
Record penalty comes three years after the bank paid £1m for the same issue.
Bankers trade body says LTI cap will unfairly penalise private banks and high net worth clients.
Firms blame the FCA’s approach for stifling innovation.
Firms must begin preparations for EU rules now ahead of 2017 implementation, says FCA.
Levy should be allocated based on the retirement products consumers take up.
Former Ukip financial services spokesman Godfrey Bloom says the party is focussing solely on EU regulation.
Regulator freezes bank accounts of three firms under investigation.
FOS finds advice process failings including poor record-keeping.
Charity warns new independent governance committees are conflicted and lack the power to hold providers to account.
New rules from Financial Reporting Council will see pay linked to long-term performance.
Ex-SJP adviser promised clients annual returns of up to 24 per cent.
CAB says payday loan adverts that appeal to children are “utterly unacceptable”.