Two advice firms and one individual adviser have lost their FCA permissions for failing to pay regulatory fees.
Singlehurst failed to pay £2,523 comprising of regulatory fees and levies worth £2,023 and £500 in administrative fees.
Manchester-based Hale Financial Services owed the regulator £2,091 comprising of a £250 administration fee and regulatory levies of £1,841.
Independent Portfolio Managers, based in London, did not pay £1,660 made up of £1,410 in regulatory fees and a £250 administration charge.
In all of the notices the FCA says these individuals or companies failed to be co-operative in their dealings and did not respond to repeated requests to pay up.
It adds these businesses or individuals have failed to manage their affairs in a sound and prudent manner.
Therefore it has taken these actions against them.