MPs express disappointment at FCA chief's failure to respond to BSPS letters

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The letter said: “While we appreciate the response from Mr Mills, we were disappointed that you didn’t respond to this letter yourself."
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The letter said: “While we appreciate the response from Mr Mills, we were disappointed that you didn’t respond to this letter yourself."

Welsh MPs Nick Smith and Stephen Kinnock have sent another letter to Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Nikhil Rathi to voice their disappointed he did not respond to their previous correspondence.

Earlier this month, Professional Adviser revealed that the FCA took one month to respond to a letter sent my MPs asking for support on the British Steel saga. The Welsh MPs, who have been vocal for...

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