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FCA goes round in circles on contingent charging

In this week's podcast Ollie Smith is joined by NMA senior reporter Jack Gilbert to discuss the FCA's business plan, published last week

FCA goes round in circles on contingent charging

Brexit turmoil, adviser scrutiny and the collapse of London Capital & Finance. There is no denying the regulator has a lot on its plate.

No wonder, then, that the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) business plan published last week showed how under pressure the regulator is. No wonder too, that the phrase 'closing the stable door after the horse has bolted' seems to come up again and again in conversations about the FCA's activities. 

In this week's podcast, NMA senior reporter Jack Gilbert joins Ollie Smith to discuss all that and more. Expect the usual weekly quiz, some snide remarks, and a balanced and fair defence of the regulator from Jack Gilbert himself.

You can listen to this episode in full (above), but please do subscribe to our episodes on iTunes and, if you like what you hear, leave us a lovely review. 

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