Come into force early 2019
Aims to avoid ‘another Global Financial Crisis’
MPs back SNP motion on better deal
Formal call for Commons debate
Regulator was added to government's £10bn cost-cutting target
Watchdog faced heavy criticism
2011 changes will stand
Campaign group petition attracted 118,000 signatures
Frank Field has been elected as chairman of the House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee.
Pensions expert Ros Altmann has called on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to tighten its grip on product providers to ensure customers are treated fairly once they have received the government's proposed retirement guidance.
Chair of the Financial Services Consumer Panel (FSCP) Sue Lewis has told MPs she expects the emergence of "a lot of toxic products" in the retirement sector following the announcement of new pension freedoms in the Budget.
An amendment to the Care Bill mandating local authorities to refer people approaching care to regulated financial advisers - a proposal originally thrown out by parliament - is to be re-submitted in revised form for consideration by MPs.
Labour MP Paul Blomfield will introduce a private members bill on Wednesday with the aim of creating a harsher regulatory environment for payday lenders.
The Equity Release Council is to brief policymakers on improving access to financial advice for older people at the House of Commons today.
The Financial Services Bill is being "rushed" through Parliament without proper consideration being given to proposed changes, Andrew Tyrie has said.
The government has given its backing to the Money Advice Service (MAS), in spite of growing discontent with the industry-funded operation within Westminster.
The Financial Services Bill has passed through to the House of Lords without any significant amendments affecting financial advisers, including the reintroduction of a long-stop.
The Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA) and the Association of British Insurers (ABI) is to co-host a roundtable event looking at how upcoming regulatory changes will affect IFAs.
You would think a Member of Parliament, faithfully supported by more than 19,000 constituents in Coventry South, would know his stuff about VAT.
A shadow minister has hit out at the changes already being made to the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the regulatory landscape before Parliament has a chance to legislate on them.
Government ministers will aim to overturn the exclusion of means-testing of cancer patients receiving Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) as the coalition's government's Welfare Reform Bill moves back to the House of Commons.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) said it intends to roll out a 'consumer communications plan' to help ensure the public is aware of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and its impact on the delivery of financial advice.
Labour has made a last attempt to stall the government's increase to the state pension age (SPA) in the very last stages of the Pensions Bill.