The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has revealed it has paid out £25m in compensation to investors in Arch Cru and £1.8m over Keydata this financial year.
The scheme upheld 94% of Keydata and Arch Cru claims for the period.
It has also paid out £29.6m related to the collapse of MF Global, where it upheld 92% of claims.
Claims related to Worldspreads totalled £16m for the year with an upheld rate of 99%.
The collapse of stockbrokers Pritchards cost the industry £6.5m in compensation costs, with 97% of claims upheld.
The FSCS paid out a total of £326m in compensation during the year, it added, excluding the major banking failures of 2008/09, down from £347m in 2011/12.
In 2012/13, the FSCS recovered £777m from the estates of failed firms. Recoveries from the major banking failures of 2008/09 increased to £729m, compared with £673m last year.
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