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  1. 5 Conduct Questions: Industry Feedback for 2016 [pdf]

    Market studies Published: 01/05/2018
    The 5 Conduct Questions are part of the FCA's strategy for supervising wholesale banks. This 2016 industry feedback is to help large and small firms consider if any of the approaches to conduct may be effective in their own organisations.
  2. Complaints Data Analysis: 2017 H2 [pdf]

    Data Published: 19/04/2018
  3. Aggregate complaints data to 2017 H2 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 19/04/2018
  4. Complaints data: 2017 H2 (1 July and 31 December 2017) [xlsx]

    Data Published: 19/04/2018
  5. Occasional Paper No. 32: Now you see it: drawing attention to charges in the asset management industry [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 05/04/2018 Last modified: 13/04/2018
  6. Occasional Paper No. 32: Now you see it: drawing attention to charges in the asset management industry

    Occasional papers Published: 05/04/2018 Last modified: 05/04/2018
    As part of the Asset Management Market Study, the FCA wanted to understand the impact of different ways of presenting charges on investors’ decision-making and their understanding and awareness of charges.
  7. Asset Management Market Study – Experimental Consumer Research and Focus Groups [pdf]

    Research Published: 04/04/2018
    Report for the Financial Conduct Authority prepared by London Economics
  8. FCA Data Bulletin: Issue 12 - March 2018 [pdf]

    Data Published: 20/03/2018
    In this issue of the Data Bulletin we focus on how the pensions and retirement income market is evolving.
  9. FCA Data Bulletin issue 12 - underlying data [xlsx]

    Data Published: 20/03/2018
    Underlying data for the pensions and retirement income market.
  10. Data Bulletin: Issue 12

    Data Published: 20/03/2018 Last modified: 11/05/2018
    This issue of the Data Bulletin focuses on how the pensions and retirement income market is evolving.