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From Your Industry| 11:18

Fears Fos restructure ‘could harm quality of decisions’

Ombudsman disputes claims made by an employee that a restructure could result in “access to cheap and quick injustice.”

UK Regulation| 15:49

Tyrie warns of greater FCA scrunity after audit red flags

Andrew Tyrie says committee will expect regulator management to tackle issues.

From Pensions| 13:49

Auto-enrolment breaches increase fourfold in past year

Regulator says huge increase in auto-enrolment breaches was down to so many small businesses staging and was actually less than it expected.

From Pensions| 13:41

Pensions Policy Institute demands state pension overhaul

State pension age hike unfairly hits people who start work young in a physically demanding job, says Pensions Policy Institute.

From Investments| 11:18

FSCS declares Propertybourse in default

Move opens failed property fund promoter up to claims for compensation.

UK Regulation| 10:28

IA group demands more shareholder control of bosses’ pay

Final report also calls on firms to disclose the pay gap between top bosses and other employees.

UK Regulation| Jul 26, 2016

FCA seeks to use ‘regtech’ to lessen reporting burden

Regulator sees technology as a solution to high costs and inefficient processes.

Analysis & Opinion

UK Regulation| Oct 08, 2015

Collective action and its discontents

New legislation will allow for US-style class action lawsuits if there have been breaches of antitrust law in Europe

Those with smaller claims can lose out if the value of their claim is too low to justify the costs of bringing an action on their own

Emma Ann HughesonUK Regulation| Sep 25, 2015

FCA points to rules while advisers demand examples

The regulator’s technical specialist was put on the spot and asked to handle a pension transfer complaint.

UK Regulation| Sep 25, 2015

FEMR is a start – but don’t bank on it

Tougher regulations and penalties to try and prevent further banking scandals need to be built upon, but evidence of wrongdoing is looming.

Tony HazellonPensions| Sep 23, 2015

Confusion reigns at DWP over flat-rate pension

It took four phone conversations with three different officials before I understood my State pension statement.

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Inducements, the final frontier

What does the FCA’s rules on inducements mean for the regulator itself?

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More carrot and less stick

Sugar tax may not be the best way to tackle the UK’s obesity crisis.

UK Regulation

Customers will be the real winners from FAMR

Member of the FAMR panel presents his thoughts post-publication.

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From Pensions| Jul 26, 2016

Pensions Regulator has power to make Green pay

Former BHS owner could be forced to pay hundreds of millions into pension scheme.

UK Regulation| Jul 26, 2016

Tilney claims PPI to thank for ‘economic miracle’

Chief investment officer says the UK is “relatively naïve” to assume Brexit negotiations will be amicable.

Regulation| Jul 26, 2016

Money Advice Service to return £1m to levypayers

Just under £1m will be returned to fee payers by reducing their levy in 2016 to 2017 and 2017 to 2018.

UK Regulation| Jul 26, 2016

Sipps beat payday loans to top Fos upheld complaints list

Quarterly data from the Financial Ombudsman Service shows 66 per cent of Sipp complaints were upheld.

UK Regulation| Jul 26, 2016

MPs call for new regulator in wake of Hbos report

Current regulatory regime is “outdated”, the Treasury Select Committee has said.

Regulation| Jul 25, 2016

Government refuses to issue Lifetime Isa warning

Government says it is not its place to “advise individuals how and where to to invest their money”.

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