The list below is a collection of articles that refer to, mention or discuss FCA.

Banks fire traders as currency rigging scandal deepens

Citigroup and HSBC are the latest international banking giants to suspend foreign exchange traders as the probe into the potential rigging of global currency deals deepens. US regulators arrived in the UK this week to begin a joint investigation with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA); Britain’s financial watchdog. The US regulators will work with the … Read more

Wealthy Pay More For Financial Advice Post-RDR

Wealthy Pay More For Financial Advice Post-RDR

Changing the way wealth managers charge fees has not seen a big saving for high net worth clients. The Retail Distribution Review (RDR) came into force at the start of the year in the UK and banned commission payments for advisors. The aim was to make fees more transparent for customers buying financial services, but … Read more

Harlequin Settles Legal Challenge Out Of Court

Harlequin Property Group has won a legal battle to stay in business after a court threw out a bid by a group of investors to freeze the firm’s assets. Six investors were behind a challenge in London’s High Court to have £500,000 they had invested in Harlequin’s Buccament Bay Resort, Barbados, returned. Though the court … Read more