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The FCA has given its senior managers more powers to make regulatory decisions to ensure action to prevent consumer harm is taken quicker.

The Financial Conduct Authority wants pension providers, including SIPP firms, to offer a default investment option to non-workplace pension clients.

Trade union Unite has given the Financial Conduct Authority a 10 day deadline to recognise the union.

The Association of Investment Companies has welcomed a decision by the FCA to delay proposed changes to Key Information Documents (KIDs).

The Financial Conduct Authority says its plans to become a 'data-led' regulator will mean "profound" change.

Financial services regulators have joined forces to address the attitude and approach of financial services firms to climate change.

The FCA confirmed today that that it will go ahead with its plans for long-term investment funds aimed at sophisticated investors and pension funds, potentially opening them up later to some retail investors.

The National Audit Office, the UK’s independent public spending watchdog, is to probe the FCA’s handling of the British Steel Pension Scheme restructuring which resulted in many steelworkers transferring their pensions into SIPPs.

The Financial Conduct Authority has warned two IFAs and a stockbroker that they face fines and regulatory action over their alleged role in a £5.9m SIPP pension transfer scam.

Financial Planners have backed plans announced by the FCA in its sweeping Consumer Investments strategy released yesterday to tackle consumer investment 'harm'.

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