Biba demands action from regulator on FSCS

Eric Galbraith

Mr Galbraith said: "I am concerned that recent comments by the FSA have shown that the FSCS issue is not as high priority for the FSA as it is for us and our members.

"The recent publication of the FSCS's interim budget for 2011/12 with a potential further 50% increase in levies for insurance intermediaries highlights once again the fundamental unfairness in the current funding model. It is imperative that the FSA now pushes forward with its consultation process to ensure that a more equitable

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