Amendments for financial bill proposed by task force labelling the FCA ‘a problem child’

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Amendments to further protect consumers in the Financial Services and Markets Bill, due to be passed into law next year, have been proposed by a task force that wants to see regulators held more accountable.

The independent Transparency Task Force met last week to talk through the Financial Services and Markets Bill, where it needs strengthening, and any changes that would help consumers.

That task force

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