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  1. FS15/1: Discussion on the use of dealing commission

    Feedback statements Published: 19/02/2015 Last modified: 19/02/2015
    Dealing commission – the charges paid by consumers when investment managers execute trades and acquire external research on their behalf – is worth around £3 billion a year. ... Brokers (including investment banks), and third-party providers of
  2. CP13/10: Detailed proposals for the FCA regime for consumer credit

    Consultation papers Published: 03/10/2013 Last modified: 30/08/2015
    CP13/10: Detailed proposals for the FCA regime for consumer credit. Consultation papers First published:. ... firms that are considering carry out consumer credit activities, including debt recovery agents.
  3. Occasional Paper No. 39: Estimating the benefits of interventions that affect consumer behaviour

    Occasional papers Published: 24/07/2018 Last modified: 27/07/2018
    The aim of this Occasional Paper is to help us estimate the benefits of our interventions, while recognising the challenges.
  4. FSA CP13/7: Consumer credit regulation - our proposed regime

    Consultation papers Published: 06/03/2013 Last modified: 15/01/2015
    On 1 April 2014, the regulation of the consumer credit market will be transferred from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This move was announced by the Government, with the aim of increasing protection for
  5. FS19/5: Effective competition in non-workplace pensions

    Feedback statements Published: 30/07/2019 Last modified: 19/02/2020
    We have published our recent work on competition in the non-workplace pensions market. We are setting out the issues we have identified and seek stakeholder views to help develop our proposals for change.
  6. Occasional Paper No. 28: Preventing financial distress by predicting unaffordable consumer credit agreements: An applied framework

    Occasional papers Published: 31/07/2017 Last modified: 31/07/2017
    In this paper, we provide theoretical and practical evidence to help develop more effective affordability rules.
  7. Occasional Paper No. 13: Economics for Effective Regulation

    Occasional papers Published: 10/03/2016 Last modified: 02/09/2016
    The paper proposes a structured framework for implementing a more markets-focused and holistic regulatory economic analysis, which draws on recent innovations in behavioural, competition and other research. ... This new methodology draws on recent
  8. Occasional Paper No. 38: Testing retirement communications: Waking up to get wise

    Occasional papers Published: 28/06/2018 Last modified: 28/06/2018
    As part of the Retirement Income Market Study and the Retirement Outcomes Review, the FCA looked into ways in which we could encourage those approaching retirement to engage with the free government guidance available to them and with their pension
  9. TR14/21: Retail investment advice: Adviser charging and services

    Thematic reviews Published: 16/12/2014 Last modified: 31/08/2016
    We also commissioned NMG Consulting to conduct consumer research into how consumers interact with advisory firms’ ongoing service propositions. ... Our consumer research highlighted the importance many consumers place on the ongoing service element of
  10. Occasional Paper No. 17: Access to Financial Services in the UK

    Occasional papers Published: 24/05/2016 Last modified: 31/07/2020
    This paper aims to stimulate ideas and foster a culture of access and inclusion throughout retail financial services, that embraces firms, regulators, government and consumer organisations.