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Payouts uplifted in 126 cases, totalling £1.5m
Rise of 48% in FSCS levy for 2021-22 prompts calls for government action
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FCA makes temporary sanction permanent from January, after London Capital & Finance collapse.
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Redress scheme says ‘sufficient grounds’ to look at helping investors hit by firm’s failure
Select committee warns on 12-month deadline for inquiry into investment firm’s collapse
Compensation body considers U-turn over claims related to company’s £236m collapse
FSCS apologises for ‘confusion’ it may have caused over whether mini-bonds were protected
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Treasury select committee calls for better protection for customers
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