Santander has been fined £32.8m by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for failing to process the accounts and investments of deceased customers effectively.
According to the regulator, 40,428 customers were directly affected because the bank had failed to transfer a total of £183m of funds to beneficiaries when it should have done. In some cases, the FCA...
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