Retiring from regulation
Follows 2011 guidance
Held non-exec director roles at Canada Life and Investec
Fined and banned by FSA in 2012
Advisers are gatekeepers
Based on findings in FCA suitability review
He implemented the pensions triple lock and auto-enrolment
Risk-profiling tool launched
Markets have always required relationships
External staff turnover back at 2013 levels
He dropped his Upper Tribunal case
FCA was formed three years ago
£1bn in complaints costs since 2010
Crowdfunded Rebus lost £800k
Even regulator queried use of a 'system' to record attitude to risk
A report into the collapse of Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) has given a damning verdict on the then regulator's role in failing to spot or prevent the bank's failure.
A financial adviser is poised for a legal showdown with a controversial lead generation firm employing a banned IFA, after he said it failed so dramatically to provide the advertised service it amounted to "deception and fraud".
How much can advisers really be expected to know about problem investments before they turn sour?
Suspended second hand life policy investment EEA Life Settlements has found a broker with clients interested in buying up investors' trapped holdings - at a discount.
A Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation into criminal wrongdoing by multi-million pound overseas investment Harlequin is entering the "final stages", the SFO said, as it asks investors for the latest information on their dealings with the company....
Suspended £400m life settlement fund EEA has revealed possible plans for trapped investors to unlock some of their money - if new investors willing to buy their shares can be found.
Sir Hector Sants, former head of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has been appointed new chairman of Julius Baer.
From Keydata to Reyker: Clients continue to pay the price
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