Chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Andrew Bailey is working with parliament to create an "adequate complaint resolution mechanism" for small firms, he has said.
In an interview with the Yorkshire Post on 24 January Bailey (pictured) said Britain was lacking a proper system for SMEs which have been mistreated by banks. Banks were found to have missold interest...
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Outflows from UK equity funds gathered pace in August, with £2.6bn of assets being pulled from the market area over the course of the month, according to Morningstar’s latest fund flows report.
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