FSCS unveils eight-strong legal panel in £12m contracts

Carmen Reichman
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The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has appointed eight law firms to form a new in-house panel, which it expects to manage the majority of its legal advice and representation.

The FSCS hired the firms on 36-month contracts in January, estimating the total workload in the period to amount to £12m. It said the panel will cover "all the legal requirements we have" but it...

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