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FSA sets out reform proposals

The Financial Services Authority has set out proposals to reform the funding of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. The scheme would be divided into five broad classes - life and pensions, investment, general insurance, deposits and home finance. Each class would have two sub-classes, and above the broad classes would be a general retail group. The initial portion of costs would fall to the relevant sub-class, the next portion to the relevant broad class and then finally to a general

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