Members of the executive committee at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) stand to lose their bonuses over the blunder that caused a collapse in prices of large insurance companies, according to reports.
It follows an unclear briefing from the FCA over a planned investigation into life insurers, causing their shares to fall sharply. The announcement that legacy exit fees would be up for review, originally...
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