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  1. MS19/1.1: Credit Information Market Study: Terms of Reference [pdf]

    Market studies Published: 27/06/2019
  2. MS19/1: Credit Information Market Study

    Market studies Published: 27/06/2019 Last modified: 15/07/2019
    We have launched our Credit Information Market Study and published our Terms of Reference.
  3. Occasional paper 45: The semblance of success in nudging consumers to pay down credit card debt [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 21/06/2019
  4. TR19/4: Understanding the money laundering risks in the capital markets [pdf]

    Thematic reviews Published: 10/06/2019
  5. FCA 2019: Understanding the money laundering risks in the capital markets

    Thematic reviews Published: 10/06/2019 Last modified: 11/06/2019
    We carried out this thematic review to look at the money-laundering risks and vulnerabilities in the capital markets and, where possible, to develop case studies to help inform the industry.
  6. FCA Overdraft proposals consumer research [pdf]

    Research Published: 07/06/2019
    The FCA commissioned Atticus Research, an independent market research company, to conduct this consumer research on overdrafts as part of the FCA's review of high-cost credit. Atticus Research Limited conducted this study and undertook the qualitative recruitment, fieldwork, analysis, and report writing for this part of the FCA’s programme of...
  7. Occasional Paper 48: Swing pricing and fragility in open-end mutual funds [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 29/05/2019
  8. Occasional Paper No. 48: Swing pricing and fragility in open-end mutual funds

    Occasional papers Published: 29/05/2019 Last modified: 29/05/2019
    Traditional pricing models for mutual funds penalize loyal investors and might even fuel panic sell-offs in times of stress. Do alternative pricing methods offer a solution?
  9. 5 Conduct Questions: Industry Feedback for 2018/19 [pdf]

    Market studies Published: 28/05/2019
  10. Research Note: Further evidence on choices of dominated mortgage products

    Data and research Research Published: 22/05/2019 Last modified: 22/05/2019
    FCA Occasional Paper No. 33 found that there was a surprising prevalence of 'dominated' choices in the UK mortgage market. Almost 30% of customers chose mortgage products that were strictly worse on all price dimensions than another available alternative which had comparable features and for which they satisfied the eligibility criteria. This...