FCA warns social media giants over 'dodgy' investment adverts

‘Putting them on notice’

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FCA warns social media giants over 'dodgy' investment adverts
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FCA warns social media giants over 'dodgy' investment adverts

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is negotiating with social media companies about their approach to adverts linked to what it called “dodgy investments”.

Speaking at the regulator's annual public meeting on Tuesday (28 September), executive director of enforcement and market oversight Mark Steward said the regulator was working to get social media firms,...

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