The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a public apology for omitting details in a warning notice, which could have alerted consumers to the wrong firm.
The regulator said it accepted it should have made clear in its notice on 17 December the two firms, which have similar names, were "in no way connected". In a note published on its website on 19 December...
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