Financial Conduct Authority

Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was set up in 2012 to make sure that the market for financial services works well.  it focuses on investment products and services, including mortgages and insurance, and not on the banking system.

The FCA is responsible for ensuring that investment advisers operate within the law.  They do this by setting out a number of regulations and by establishing principles which we must observe.  They supervise us and monitor our activities, and we report to them on a regular basis.

For more information about the FCA, click here.

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Note: This page is for information purposes only and should not be considered as financial advice. Always consult an Independent Financial Adviser for personalised financial advice tailored to your individual circumstances.