Complaints against the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) tripled in February after investors lost out in Lloyds Banking Group's repurchase of its enhanced capital notes.
The regulator received 154 complaints against it in February, up from 48 in January and 30 in December. In its latest data bulletin it said the spike was down to its role in Lloyds decision to call...
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