Brokerage says it has checked every case submitted and wants to work with the bank to find out what has gone wrong.
FSCS says there is a “medium risk” that life and pensions advisers could be hit with an interim levy due to increased Sipp claims.
Landmark case leaves advisers open to being pursued for further redress in court after clients have gone to the FOS.
US authorities hit Bank of America with an almost $17bn raft of fines for selling junk mortgage-backed securities, collateralised debt obligations and fraud in its mortgage activities leading up to the global financial crisis.
Regulator asks firms for examples to help close ‘expectations gap’ between FCA and industry.
Network claims it is the first to become fully licensed for consumer credit services.
FSCS cannot say how much will be paid by advisers.
ASA branded advert irresponsible as it encouraged ”frivolous spending of borrowed money”.
Financial services lobbyists met with Government and the FCA more than 600 times in 2013. But is this a problem or democracy in action?
Case frustrated by legal aid cuts costs £2.5m before reaching trial.
Regulator notified of 13 data loss incidents last year, up from three in 2012.
Review will look at transparency of investment costs and charges.
Standard Chartered has been banned from dealing in US dollars with some clients following its $300m settlement with US regulators for poor action on money laundering.
Scheme misled 300 investors into buying worthless plots of land.
But prices were still up 10.2 per cent on an annual basis in June.
Mortgage broker fraudently claimed £10,000 from a bank.
Stewart Sermon pleaded guilty to two counts of theft earlier this week.
Customer claimed commission covered ongoing advice.
The latest allegations relate to failures to spot potentially illegal payments as a result of failings in its anti-money laundering checks.
Lender must set up redress scheme after errors were made in calculating customer loan balances.
Almost 11,000 consumers have contacted the FOS this year to complain about credit broking sites.
Case which is yet to proceed to trial after cuts to legal aid has cost the regulator £2.5m.
American banks are drawing up plans to move some London-based activites to Ireland over concerns UK is drifting from EU.
Number of enforcement actions taken in Q2 2014 close to total for the previous 12 months.
Lenders are in talks around the details of the John Vickers-proposed regime which requires banks to separate retail business and investment banking arm.
Latest FSCS list shows new firms unable to pay compensation.
Former SJP partner Peter Thomas Carron submitted false accounts for two companies to the FCA and allowed a third to trade “to the detriment of HMRC”.
Bank’s inflation report shows weaker than expected volume of approvals in Q2.
Bank of England’s inflation report shows unemployment fell to 6.5 per cent in Q2.
FCA rules state that all financial promotions must be clear, fair and not misleading for consumers.
10 executives have been awarded just under one million in shares, with payments worth up to £533,000.
CML data shows approvals up 2.8 per cent year-on-year, despite tougher rules post-MMR.
Former Association of British Insurers director Maggie Craig has been named interim head of department for savings, investments and distribution at the FCA.
Advisers attack plans to allow banks to approve their own sales forces, saying they cannot be trusted.
Regulator says bankers committed “serious failings”.
But new research from Suffolk Life suggests the regulator’s apparent U-turn on UK commercial property may not be all it seems.
Investigations include those relating to fraud and misselling.
MPC minutes from July revealed some members were close to voting for an increase in the benchmark rate.
Fine relates to failures in insurance sales.
None of the UK’s major lenders currently have plans to follow Lloyds’ move to cap Help to Buy 1 to £150,000.