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  1. Executive summary

    Last modified: 18/04/2017
    However, higher credit risk consumers have a more limited choice of products and providers than lower risk consumers. ... We return to this below in our discussion on remedies. Competitive pressure on conditional fees and charges such as default fees,
  2. A helping hand for the invisible hand: the FCA’s approach to competition and innovation

    Speeches Published: 11/06/2018 Last modified: 11/06/2018
    Speech by Christopher Woolard, Executive Director of Strategy and Competition at the FCA, delivered at Competition Policy 2018: The relationship between antitrust, innovation and investment, Chatham House, London.
  3. Chief Executive speaks at APM about recent work and future challenges

    Speeches Published: 20/07/2016 Last modified: 20/07/2016
    Speech by Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive at the FCA, delivered at our 2016 Annual Public Meeting.
  4. Lloyds Banking Group fined £105m for serious LIBOR and other benchmark failings

    Press Releases Published: 28/07/2014 Last modified: 28/07/2014
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Lloyds Bank plc (Lloyds) and Bank of Scotland plc (BoS), both part of Lloyds Banking Group (LBG), £105 million for serious misconduct relating to the Special Liquidity Scheme (SLS), the Repo Rate benchmark and the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR). £70 million of the fine relates to attempts to...
  5. ICAP Europe Limited fined £14 million for significant failings in relation to LIBOR

    Press Releases Published: 25/09/2013 Last modified: 04/11/2014
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined ICAP Europe Limited (IEL) £14 million for misconduct relating to the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR).  IEL is the first broking firm to be fined for failings relating to the benchmark. IEL's misconduct breached the FCA's Principles for Businesses, involved a significant number of brokers...
  6. Deutsche Bank fined £227 million by Financial Conduct Authority for LIBOR and EURIBOR failings and for misleading the regulator

    Press Releases Published: 23/04/2015 Last modified: 24/04/2015
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has handed Deutsche Bank AG (Deutsche Bank) a £227 million ($340 million) fine, its largest ever for LIBOR and EURIBOR-related (collectively known as IBOR) misconduct. The fine is so large because Deutsche Bank also misled the regulator, which could have hampered its investigation. Georgina Philippou, acting...
  7. The FCA’s new competition powers: what do they mean for the financial services industry?

    Speeches Published: 21/11/2014 Last modified: 09/11/2016
    Speech by Deb Jones, director of competition at the FCA, at a Scottish Financial Enterprise lunch, hosted by Maclay Murray & Spens LLP, Edinburgh. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ from the delivered version.