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Limitations on debt permissions

After what was initially a rather low-key announcement back in March, the FCA has already revised its proposed changes to the limitations system in place …

Driving distributed ledger technology

The FCA has opened for consultation its discussion paper on distributed ledger technology (DLT), often referred to as blockchain technology, and is accepting responses until …

Greater liquidity means lower risk

Details of the FCA’s long-rumoured investigation into the motor finance sector are gradually emerging. It is important that additional regulation remains proportionate, is tailored to …

An introduction to the Motor Ombudsman

The Motor Ombudsman is the impartial body focused on handling disputes in the automotive sector. Its expertise should give accredited businesses, and the consumer, confidence …

Who can we trust with our reputations?

Reviewing the FCA’s guidelines, Simon Collins, managing director, and Simon Jones, partner and head of the automotive sector at Eversheds Sutherland, consider whether regulated firms …

To err is human; to forgive divine?

We all make mistakes, but what happens when the mistakes are made by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and put businesses at risk or cause them to suffer financial loss. Under these circumstances,…

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