Borrowers have until Wednesday to apply for a payment holiday on products such as mortgages, personal loans and credit cards.
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Global technology firms such as Google must be held to account for hosting pension scam adverts, MPs have urged.
The author of a damning report into the City regulator has dismissed claims that Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey was not given an opportunity to respond to statements made about him.
Regulators at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have apologised to bondholders who lost millions of pounds invested in collapsed mini-bond London Capital and Finance (LCF).
Wickes saw a quadrupling of click-and-collect orders last year, the company revealed as it progressed plans to split from parent Travis Perkins and list on the London Stock Exchange.
The “whack-a-mole” approach to protecting people from fraud when they are searching the internet is not working, Which? has warned.
Shares in troubled lender Amigo have tumbled further after it said the financial watchdog has extended the scope of an investigation into the firm.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey is facing questions over his role designing a scheme allegedly linked to a Royal Bank of Scotland unit that mistreated small businesses.
Accountancy giant Deloitte is under investigation by the industry watchdog over its role in auditing car showroom business Lookers between 2017 and 2018.
The boss of pay-later giant Klarna has said he is surprised by concerns about the sector.
The method for setting the rates at which banks borrow money, Libor, is set to run out at the end of the year for most currencies, as the regulator called time on a system which proved open to abuse by bankers almost a decade ago.
Home repossessions may take place from April but only as a last resort, the City regulator has said.
Proposals to improve standards around the sale and design of pre-paid funeral plans, including a ban on cold calling, have been set out by the City regulator.
The fair treatment of vulnerable customers should be embedded in the culture of firms, from how frontline staff deal with customers to the way products are designed in the first place, the City regulator said.
Moneysupermarket said that it suffered from the coronavirus pandemic last year as closed borders led to a collapse in travel insurance sales.
The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic has split the UK population into two halves, with some people’s incomes devastated and others left entirely unaffected, figures from the City regulator show.
The investigator who released a report which was highly critical of the Financial Conduct Authority has said she rejects evidence its former boss gave to MPs on Monday.
Incoming bosses at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) inherited a “broken machine” that meant that multiple “red flags” were missed before the collapse of mini-bond operation London Capital & Finance (LCF), its former chief executive has said.
Regulation of the buy now pay later (BNPL) sector is one of a host of changes urgently needed to make the credit market fit for the future, according to the Woolard Review.
Buy now, pay later (BNPL) credit agreements will be regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) following a surge in shoppers turning to such products during the coronavirus pandemic.
Banks should reconsider their plans to close branches during the current coronavirus restrictions, the city regulator has said.
Reports of verbal and physical attacks on bank branch and other financial services staff who have asked customers to wear a face covering or to queue have been on the increase, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.
The contactless card payment limit could be raised to £100 under measures to be considered by the City regulator.
Consumers reported more than £78 million of losses to investment and pension scams involving fraudsters imitating genuine firms in 2020.
A Government-backed insurance body designed to step in when banks or investment schemes fail has said it will need an extra £339 million to protect UK savers from the effects of Covid-19 in the coming financial year.
The fees charged by claims management companies could be capped under proposals by the City regulator, potentially saving customers a total of £9.6 million a year.
Firms offering pension transfer advice recommended a total of £20.1 billion be moved out of gold-plated pots between October 2018 and March 2020, according to figures from the City regulator.
More than £3.1 million has been spent by the Treasury, the City watchdog and HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on making their offices Covid-19 secure for staff, new figures have revealed.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has attempted to draw a line under a five-year scandal that saw officials accused of failing to take action against poor practices at Royal Bank of Scotland’s controversial restructuring division.
An irate grandfather today told how heartless scammers conned him out of his life savings.