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  1. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Data Tables: Volume 14 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 18/10/2017
    Fraud and scams
  2. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Data Tables: Volume 7 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 18/10/2017
    Pension accumulation
  3. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Data Tables: Volume 12 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 18/10/2017
    Self employed
  4. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Data Tables: Volume 16 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 18/10/2017
    Claims management
  5. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Data Tables: Volume 9 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 18/10/2017
    Pension decumulation 2
  6. Understanding the financial lives of UK adults

    Research Published: 18/10/2017 Last modified: 19/10/2017
    Financial Lives is our first large-scale tracking survey of UK consumers and finance in the UK.
  7. Firms falling short of renewal expectations

    Multi-firm reviews Published: 18/10/2017 Last modified: 18/10/2017
    This page summarises how general insurance firms have implemented our transparency in insurance renewals which came into effect in April 2017.
  8. Rates of return for FCA prescribed projections [pdf]

    Research Published: 03/10/2017
  9. The Ageing Population: Ageing Mind Literature Review Report [pdf]

    Research Published: 21/09/2017
    The FCA commissioned the Big Window to conduct a comprehensive literature review to provide an overview of the ageing mind in all its varying stages (i.e. what happens as we age) and the challenges faced by older consumers when interacting with financial services.
  10. The Ageing Population: Coping Mechanisms and Third Party Access [pdf]

    Research Published: 21/09/2017
    The research that informed this report was commissioned to understand the practical steps that older people and their carers take to manage their access to retail banking services . It aimed to give a complete picture of their experience in setting up and using normal and informal routes to access their money.