Meerkats and opera singers come under the FSA's spotlight


For those that missed it, the FSA has written to all "interested parties" to inform them that guidance was on the way because they found there to be "a lack of understanding within the industry generally about the regulated activity being conducted by these firms leading to failures to comply with our rules which could lead to consumers not being treated fairly".

Those "interested parties" have until 8 August to respond.

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