Brokers' FSCS interim levy confirmed as £16m

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The FSCS had previously signalled in its February Plan and Budget that brokers would face a £20m levy, due to the continuing high costs and volumes of payment protection insurance (PPI) claims. 

However the £4m levy reduction will still come as little consolation as, including the levy revision, brokers will in total have stumped up £52m for the 2012/13 period.

The FSCS said that the additional costs "reflected the unpredictability" of its operating environment, coupled with the "uncertain

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