CP18/17 response form

We are asking for comments on our proposals for discussion in this Consultation Paper (CP) by 9 August 2018. Stakeholders should respond to questions 1 to 33 and 47 to 49 by this deadline. We are asking for comments on our proposals for consultation in this CP by 6 September 2018. Stakeholders should respond to questions 34 to 46 by this deadline.

Please use this online form or alternatively write to: Adam Summerfield and Richard Wilson, Financial Conduct Authority, 25 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HS

New address from 1 July 2018: Financial Conduct Authority, 12 Endeavour Square, London, E20 1JN

Email: [email protected]

We make all responses to formal consultation available for public inspection unless the respondent requests otherwise. We will not regard a standard confidentiality statement in an email message as a request for non-disclosure.

Despite this, we may be asked to disclose a confidential response under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We may consult you if we receive such a request. Any decision we make not to disclose the response is reviewable by the Information Commissioner and the Information Rights Tribunal.

Once you complete this form, we will email you a copy of your submission to acknowledge receipt of your response.

 
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Chapter 3 – Protecting Consumers from Poor Outcomes

Proposals for discussion – respond by 9 August 2018.

Chapter 4 – Improving consumer engagement with retirement decisions: ‘Wake up’ packs, retirement risk warnings and reminders

Proposals for consultation – respond by 6 September 2018​​.

Chapter 5 – Improving consumer engagement with retirement decisions: ‘Wake up’ packs, retirement risk warnings and reminders

Proposals for consultation – respond by 6 September 2018​​.

Chapter 6 – promoting competition by making the cost of drawdown products clearer and comparisons easier

Proposals for consultation – respond by 6 September 2018​​.

Chapter 6 – promoting competition by making the cost of drawdown products clearer and comparisons easier

Proposals for discussion – respond by 9 August 2018.