FOS pushes ahead with plans to name firms involved in disputes


The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) looks set to hold its ground on plans to include the names of businesses involved when it starts publishing final decisions.

In a consultation published last year as part of a drive for more transparency under the new regulatory architecture, the Ombudsman said it would redact the names and details of consumers when publ...

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