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FCA could open 'new avenue' for PPI claims after Supreme Court decision, says expert

Consumers could be entitled to claim compensation for mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) if their bank or credit provider received a large commission on the sale of the additional product, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said. 28 May 2015

UK Supreme Court judges show little appetite for extending ‘Fairchild’ exception to other scenarios, says expert

Comments made by some of the UK’s top judges during a recent ruling appear to signal their reluctance to extend the so-called ‘Fairchild’ exception to the normal rules of causation to cover any more types of damage or injury, an expert has said. 26 May 2015

FCA to seek views on barriers to digital and mobile financial services innovation

Businesses operating in the financial services sector will be given the opportunity to tell a UK regulator later this year about the "regulatory barriers" they face when developing new digital and mobile services. 26 May 2015

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