The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed proposals to permanently ban the mass-marketing of speculative illiquid securities, including speculative mini-bonds, to retail investors.
In January, the regulator introduced a temporary ban without consultation following serious concerns that speculative mini-bonds were being promoted to retail investors who neither understood the risk,...
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