The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has recovered just under £300m over the past five years from failed financial services firms.
According to the regulatory body these sums reduced FSCS levies on the industry.
However, in 2019 brokers actually saw FSCS rise with a predicted increase of £16m, prompting a warning from the British Insurance Brokers Association.
The FSCS stated that it strives to reduce the costs of compensation for its levy payers, and seeks to recover amounts
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