The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has apologised for the shortcomings in its handling of a media briefing ahead of the publication of its latest business plan, saying it accepted the criticisms and would implement changes to "sharpen its focus".
The regulator gave a market-sensitive briefing to the Telegraph about an upcoming review of past life insurance products, sending life insurers' shares tumbling. It explained its remarks and the scope...
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