FCA opens consultation to improve consumer protection

Based on proposals published in May

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The FCA has set out more developed proposals for rules to tackle the causes of harmful practices within financial services in a consultation.

The plans will ensure a "higher and more consistent standard of consumer protection" within financial services, it said, and help to prevent harm before it takes place. According to the regulator,...

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