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FSA fines firm 56k over PPI sales

Regency Mortgage Corporation has been fined 56,000 by the FSA in the first action the regulator has taken against a firm for sales of payment protection insurance since general insurance regulation was introduced. The firm was fined for breaching treating customers fairly principles and poor compliance procedures.

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