FCA permanently bans marketing of mini-bonds

Millions lost already

Hannah Godfrey
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The FCA has permanently banned the mass-marketing of mini-bonds to retail investors.
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The FCA has permanently banned the mass-marketing of mini-bonds to retail investors.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has permanently banned the mass-marketing of high-risk mini-bonds to retail investors.

From January 2020 the mass-marketing of mini-bonds to retail customers was temporarily banned while the FCA consulted on making permanent rules. From Thursday (18 June) those changes were made permanent...

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