Has the FSA got too much on its plate?


The recent flurry of activity at the Financial Services Authority (FSA) has raised concerns that the regulator may be overstretching itself. Indeed, at a recent meeting of the All Party Group on Insurance and Financial Services, Jonathan Evans MP questioned Sheila Nicoll director, conduct policy at the FSA, on the matter.

He told Insurance Age that he had sought assurances the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) Review was not being held back by a lack of resources. “I put it directly

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