The new chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to review how the regulator deals with statutory redress exercises after he takes up the role in July, the chair of the regulator has told MPs.
FOCUS: A recent High Court case should be a reminder to university boards and trustees of the duties they owe to creditors should the institution find itself in financial difficulties.
UK supermarkets have agreed to review their pricing and promotional practices following a 'super-complaint' by consumer body Which? to the UK's competition regulator.
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