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  1. Occasional Paper No. 37: Flash Crash in an OTC Market

    Occasional papers Published: 12/06/2018 Last modified: 12/06/2018
    This Occasional Paper contributes to the research on flash crashes which are high-profile episodes that can be thought of as short-lived malfunctions of capital markets typically involving a substantial price change and a drying up of liquidity
  2. Data Bulletin June 2018: The retail intermediary sector

    Data Published: 07/06/2018 Last modified: 06/09/2018
    This bulletin focuses on new analysis of the retail intermediary sector based on the data firms have submitted to us via the Retail Mediation Activities Return (RMAR).
  3. Consumer research on overdrafts [pdf]

    Research Published: 31/05/2018
  4. Occasional Paper No. 36: Sending out an SMS: The impact of automatically enrolling consumers into overdraft alerts [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 31/05/2018
  5. FCA prompts and alerts design: behavioural evidence [pdf]

    Research Published: 31/05/2018
  6. Future personal current account prompts and alerts [pdf]

    Research Published: 31/05/2018
  7. Usage and experiences of High Cost Credit: Technical appendix [pdf]

    Research Published: 31/05/2018
  8. Usage and experiences of High Cost Credit: consumer research report [pdf]

    Research Published: 31/05/2018
  9. Occasional Paper No. 36: Sending out an SMS: The impact of automatically enrolling consumers into overdraft alerts

    Occasional papers Published: 31/05/2018 Last modified: 31/05/2018
    As part of the high-cost credit review, the FCA wanted to understand the impact of auto enrolling customers into overdraft and unpaid item (retry) alerts on customer overdrafting behaviour. Occasional Paper No. 36 (PDF). Incidental charges
  10. Automated investment services - our expectations

    Multi-firm reviews Published: 21/05/2018 Last modified: 21/05/2018
    The FCA carried out two reviews, the first looking at firms offering automated online discretionary investment management and the second looked at firms providing retail investment advice exclusively through automated channels. The FCA reports back on findings and next steps.