October 20, 2011, by Andrew Burden
Financial Conduct Authority
The part of the re-branded FSA that was going to be called the Consumer Protection and Markets Agency will now be known as the Financial Conduct Authority, to avoid misleading consumers. An enquiry into the FCA’s proposed objectives has recently closed.
James Devlin (Professor of Financial Decision Making, Nottingham University Business School)
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