Treasury Committee LCF inquiry urges more 'interventionist' FCA

Regulator faces further pressure in wake of scandal

Mike Sheen
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Treasury Committee LCF inquiry urges more 'interventionist' FCA

The Treasury Committee has called on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to be more “interventionist” and “proactive” in its approach, following the damning findings of the regulator’s failings in response to the London Capital and Finance (LCF) mini-bond scandal.

In a report published today (24 June) the Treasury Committee slammed the FCA's board and most senior executives as failing to meet "the standards which [the regulator] seeks to impose on others". It...

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