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Ombudsman threat to FSA on endowments

The Financial Ombudsman Service is threatening to replace FSA guidance on endowments with its own procedures if it is hit with too many complaints.

The FOS says FSA guidance to take notional savings into account when assessing compensation could overcomplicate procedures and lead to a backlog.

If this is the case it will streamline the guidance though it argues this will not significantly affect the process.

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