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Victory! Fraud levels could 'plummet' with new law to tackle online scam advertising
Finance industry sceptical over FCA plan to shake up rules
Planned changes to consumer protection by the Financial Conduct Authority are “theoretical and woolly” and may go beyond what they can deliver, consumer groups and financial services companies have warned.
Contradictory rules led to steelworkers’ pension fiasco, say advisers
Britain's financial sector wants more time for new 'duty of care'
PIMFA urges FCA to use fines for FSCS levy as regulator fines Barclays
FCA signs up celebrities to warn of investment risks
Crypto crackdown as FCA targets high-risk investments
We launch campaign to fight growing scourge of online financial fraud in Britain: Stop the online SCAMMERS
City institutions who support that have called for online scams to be included in the Online Safety Bill include: the Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (Pimfa); TheCityUK, the Investment Association, UK Finance, City of London Corporation, City of London Police, Innovate Finance and the Association of British Insurers. The Financial Conduct Authority – the City watchdog – says it has also 'very clearly' recommended that online fraud be included in the government bill.