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Following the FCA's recently published guidance on financial promotion through social media channels, Burness Paull's Marianne Murnin and Steven Knox look at the intersection of financial services, social media, and influencer marketing, highlighting the regulatory and commercial considerations

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The FCA has published guidance for memes, reels and gaming streams promoting financial services. The regulator has set out how adverts across social media channels must be fair, clear and not misleading, meaning they must have balance and carry the right risk warnings so people can make well informe

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The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has indicated that it intends to utilise existing but less commonly used powers to grant immunity notices to offenders who assist in its cases, and support reduced sentences to defendants who provide evidence to enable other prosecutions, writes Tom Stocker.

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Bank of Scotland-owner Lloyds Banking Group has earmarked £450 million to cover potential fines and compensation related to an ongoing investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA is scrutinising whether consumers were charged inflated prices for car loans, focusing on loan

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has exhibited increased vigilance, prompting the withdrawal or modification of over 10,000 financial adverts and promotions during 2023 – an upswing of 17% compared to the previous year.

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Consumer credit and payment services expert Andrew Barber discusses the FCA's recent proposals to ensure public access to cash in the UK by requiring banks, building societies, and other businesses to maintain reasonable access to cash services. Banks and building societies will be required to maint

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published new proposals to require personal investment firms (PIFs) to set aside capital so that they can cover compensation costs when consumers are harmed. The proposals, which are now out for consultation, would require PIFs – also often referred to

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