FSCS open for claims against failed broker


The FSCS has listed FML Insurance Services Limited, trading as Entertainment Insurance Services, as a failed company.

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has told consumers they may be able to make a claim, as it issued the public notice on 15 November.

Related FSCS keeps broker levy at zero for 2023/24 and projects same into 2024/25 FSCS confirms broker as failed

According to the Financial Conduct Authority’s register, the firm, which is based in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, stopped being authorised on 23 February 2018.

Filings at Companies House detail that a voluntary liquidator was

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