“At a time of 0% inflation how is an 8.4% rise justified? Are you 8.4% more in need of regulation than you were this time last year?”
Pinsent Masons says the regulator is taking an ongoing interest in the add-ons market.
Broker claims the issues identified by the regulator were addressed 18 months ago.
Regulator finds he is not a fit and proper person to perform any function connected to a regulated activity.
The FCA fines the bank £20.7m for handling PPI complaints incorrectly.
White highlights brokers already face the most expensive regulation in the world.
Regulator’s guidance on financial promotions serves as useful reminder for brokers
Fourth consecutive half year of falling complaints.
Overall number of complaints to financial services firms fell 7% compared to the first six months of the year.
Aggregator says it doesn't rely on the medium to drive business.
MPs warn that problems may still exist at the regulator.
Regulator's annual funding requirement has risen to £481.6m and fees will rise accordingly.
Industry says attention from the regulator is a positive development and will help increase awareness of the model.
Regulator to abolish opt-out selling following study into the general insurance add-ons industry.
The regulator says it will publish final client money rules this year.
Regulator says communications must be fair, clear and not misleading.
Roles of chairman, senior independent director and chairs of risk, audit, remuneration and nominations committees to come under new Senior Managers Regime.
Potential payments relates to past advice given to customers on ETV and UCIS.
Regulator to examine if current approach to PPI is working.
The FCA chief executive appears at hearing following the Davis Report.
FCA proposes management costs of £74.4m for Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
Broker-specific fines fall from £9.76m in 2013 to £1.3m last year.
Experts fear sales over the phone will have to stop.
Regulator is considering changes to the rules on complaint handling and post-sale calls.