FSCS cuts £1bn levy demand to £833m

Jenna Brown
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The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has reduced its levy demand for 2021/22 by just over £200m to £833m. It had originally been forecast at £1.04bn for the financial year in the organisation's plan and budget document released in January, a figure described by PIMFA as a "national scandal". The FSCS said it cut its levy demand for two main reasons - firstly that many firms set to fold in the coming year would likely limp on due to government support schemes. It said: "Some firms that looked likely to fail this year could now fail in the 2022/23 financial year and beyond....

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