Regulator appoints two senior advisers
RBS faces a £460,000 fine by Hong Kong regulators over a series of illegal trades committed by one of its traders in 2011.
Business secretary Vince Cable has written to the chairmen of FTSE 100 companies’ remuneration committees to issue a warning that the Government will intervene unless they do more to curb executives’ soaring pay increases.
Pair sentenced to nine years in jail after defrauding elderly investors.
Figures reveal drop in fines for senior managers.
Report will find Co-op Bank board did not carry out adequate due diligence on Britannia takeover
FCA mortgage head Linda Woodall says longer appointments could lead to “more sustainable outcomes”.
£80,000 fine has been upheld by the Uper Tribunal following appeal on the scale of the penalty.
Andrew Rees and Timothy Hughes were partners at 1 Stop Financial Services.
Sue Lewis on delivering the Budget's retirement advice plan and why the independent and restricted labels are meaningless
The FCA’s Consumer Panel chair shares her views on how to make the Budget pension reforms work for consumers – and has some strong words for advisers
Average profit per adviser rose significantly in 2013.
Hargreaves says jump in complaints is down to issues around the Royal Mail share sale.
Advisers to pay £112m for 2014/15.
Company has written to advisers saying trail commission for existing Children’s Mutual policies will stop from the end of April.
The Wealth Management Association has called for the FCA to consider whether promoters should also be required to pay toward its FSCS levy.
The FCA has not named the individuals or firms involved.
Regulator responds after Which? called for Consumer Rights Directive to apply to financial services firms.
Advisers to pay £112m for 2014/15.
Asset Land LI sold plots of land as investments without FCA approval and has been ordered to repay £21m.
The FCA and FSA imposed individual fines totalling £35.5m in 2012 and 2013, compared to £20.1m over the previous two years.
The National Audit Office warned that FCA staff turnover is undermining the regulator.
Promoter of film investment scheme will no longer issue new products
Former Labour financial services secretary was asked in December to conduct a review of the group.
Advisers are failing to put customers first, says FCA.
Move to 430,000 sq ft site set to go ahead in 2018
Disciplinary action taken in 60 cases last year
According to reports in the Financial Times, FCA chief Martin Wheatley has been nick-named The Grey Vampire by some within his organisation.
EU policymakers agree on final text for Priips regulation after last-minute negotiations
Money Marketing was crowned trade publication of the year at the ABI’s Financial Media Awards
Major banks paid out £116.4m in redress for interest rate swap misselling in March
Otto Thoresen says lessons need to be learned from the way the regulator announced its closed book review.
Apfa research shows advisers’ revenue increased in 2013.
FCA reveals most complained about firms in second half of 2013
Hargreaves Lansdown Asset Management witnessed a 500% increase in complaints to the Financial Conduct Authority in the latter half of 2013, the latest figures show.
The advert must not be shown again in its current form.
Advisers question whether the Government can deliver on George Osborne’s at-retirement guidance pledge.
Advisers will no longer have to duplicate fee information in EU disclosure documents.
Partner at law firm Clifford Chance will investigate regulator’s handling of closed book blunder
Banks paid out £116m in redress last month.
Bank has agreed to restructure £70m owed by Graiseley Properties over a mis-sold interest rate swap.