The FCA has published its plans for how it will raise fees for 2024/25, which outline a consultation on the underlying principles of the fee system and policy changes to the way in which the FCA will raise fees.
FCA Publishes Results of Fraud Controls and Complaints Handling Review
The FCA has issued a press release and a report following a review of certain firms’ fraud controls and complaint handling.
Reducing Groupthink in Financial Services
In this article, Chloe Morris discusses the recent webinar hosted by the FCA and PRA and examines how improving diversity and inclusion measures can reduce groupthink in the workplace.
Consumer Duty: Not a “Once and Done” Exercise
The FCA's Director of Cross-Cutting Policy and Strategy recently gave a speech marking three months since the Duty came into force and has stressed that the Duty is not something where firms can simply “tick the box” and move on.
FCA to Host Webinar – “Consumer Duty: The Next Steps”
The FCA will be hosting a webinar to help firms understand its expectations now that the Consumer Duty is in force.
The FCA’s Multi-Occupancy Building Insurance Reforms
The FCA has recently confirmed new measures to support leaseholders in the multi-occupancy buildings insurance market. Alastair Haughton discusses the requirements and implications for insurers and intermediaries.
Client Money and Client Money Audits – An Auditor’s View
In this article, former FCA Insurance Supervisor John King shares key points from the ICAEW client money webinar as well as his own insights on the issues arising from client money audits.
Compliance with Confidence Seminars - Autumn 2023
UKGI is delighted to announce that our Autumn seminar is returning in November in both London and Chester.