Value of FCA fines rises tenfold
The regulator has handed out a total of £229.4m in fines in 2017, with companies paying the most
A Regulatory Race to the Bottom?
Is the FCA proposal too relax listing conditions for state owned enterprises a good thing?
FCA defends itself over RBS final summary
Regulator acts to quash press speculation over reasons why it did not publish the full skilled person's report
FCA fines AIM company for late disclosure
This is the first time the regulator has handed in a fine related to the market abuse regulation
FCA launches HBoS investigation
To focus on bank's senior managers conduct during collapse
Major surge in whistleblowing
The FCA has seen a rise of 64% in the number of whistleblowing reports
FCA investigates Provident’s Moneybarn division
The regulator is looking at the car finance unit and how it checks its customers’ affordability for car loans
'Vampires of debt' couple banned for life
The Financial Conduct Authority has banned a couple that took £7m from their clients to fund their lavish lifestyle
FCA launches probe into Mitie
Mitie announces that the FCA is investigating the timeliness of a profit warning made in September 2016
FCA orders Capita Financial to pay £66m
Capita must now pay £66m to compensate investors in the failed Connaught Fund
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