FCA opens consultation to improve consumer protection

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FCA opens consultation to improve consumer protection

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, the consultation takes on board "feedback and engagement" with industry and consumer groups following initial proposals that were published in May 202...

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