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  1. 5 million pension savers could put their retirement savings at risk to scammers

    Press Releases Published: 07/08/2019 Last modified: 07/08/2019
    The FCA and The Pensions Regulator are warning the public about fraudsters targeting people’s retirement savings. This warning comes as new research suggests that 42% of pension savers, which would equate over 5 million people across the UK, could be at risk of falling for at least one of six common tactics used by pension scammers.
  2. The FCA asks for views on changes it plans to make to its rules and guidance as a result of the introduction of the Innovative Finance ISA and the regulated activity of advising on peer-to-peer agreements

    Press Releases Published: 12/11/2015 Last modified: 04/02/2016
    In April 2016, the Government will introduce the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA). This will allow for peer-to-peer (P2P) agreements to be included within an ISA tax wrapper. Additionally, the Government intends to make advising on P2P agreements a regulated activity. To take account of these legislative changes, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)...
  3. A third of over 75s targeted by investment scams, as FCA urges consumers to take the time to check

    Press Releases Published: 05/12/2016 Last modified: 05/12/2016
    A fifth (22%) of over 55s and a third (32%) of over 75s believe they have been targeted by an investment scam in the last 3 years Over half (55%) of those who have invested in financial products did so on their own, rather than making the decision with family One in eight (14%) of over 55s spend little or no time researching financial investment...
  4. Financial Conduct Authority confirms approach to improving responsibility and accountability in the banking sector

    Press Releases Published: 16/03/2015 Last modified: 16/03/2015
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today confirmed its approach to improving individual responsibility and accountability in the banking sector by publishing feedback which: sets out how the FCA will implement the Senior Managers Regime (SMR); and provides further information on the FCA’s plans for the Certification Regime (CR) and new...
  5. Beesley lecture: Economics, technology and data - Redefining the future of conduct regulation

    Speeches Published: 14/11/2014 Last modified: 20/10/2015
    critical question: how do you make sure regulatory intervention becomes socially useful intervention? ... And how can we encourage consumers to use information to make better choices?
  6. The FCA sets out in detail how it will regulate consumer credit, including payday lending, when it takes over responsibility in April 2014

    Press Releases Published: 03/10/2013 Last modified: 29/11/2016
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today set out its vision for the regulation of consumer credit when it takes over from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) on 1 April 2014. The proposed regime will allow the FCA to provide stronger protection and better outcomes for consumers than the existing OFT regime. There will also be tougher requirements...
  7. FCA Connect

    Registers and systems Published: 04/05/2016 Last modified: 11/09/2019
    FCA Connect is our user management system for you to submit applications and notifications. Use it to notify us about approved persons or suspicious transactions or apply for MiFID II.
  8. How to complain

    Consumers Complaints and compensation Published: 19/04/2016 Last modified: 22/08/2017
    If you are unhappy with a financial product or service, you can complain.
  9. Borrowers with an interest-only mortgage should act now

    News stories Published: 02/05/2013 Last modified: 24/02/2016
    Find out why borrowers with an interest-only mortgage need to check whether their current plan will repay all of their loan and steps they can take to make sure it does.
  10. Pay your annual fee

    Tasks for regulated firms Published: 09/05/2015 Last modified: 28/09/2018
    Find out about the different ways you can pay your annual fee: direct debit, online, credit transfer, instalments.