Latest FCA News

Investors in failed peer-to-peer platform Lendy believe the FCA was negligent and should have known what was going on – and could have known.
The Board of USG Group has officially announced that its global operations will move to the UK and London offices will be the new headquarters.
The UK FCA has recently added several new unregulated and clone firms, including Capital Way/Eastridge Capital, HeadWay Capital, to its warning list.
Ziglu has received its Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) license & is now offering peer-to-peer (P2P) payments for crypto and fiat currencies.
US banking giant JPMorgan is to launch a UK digital bank in early 2021 in an attempt to acquire a share of an increasingly crowded market.
In its latest crackdown, the FCA has warned against SO FX, an unauthorized educational forex trading platform as well as other clone firms.
FCA’s new prudential regime for MiFID firms will impact over a thousand investment firms in the UK, according to research from Bovill.
FCA Investigates 165 Covid-19 Scams
Aug 24, 2020
Samson Ononeme
The UK FCA is investigating 165 Covid-19 related scams according to a freedom of information request by a political think-tank.
Plus500 announced that it had repurchased 33,000 of its own ordinary shares through Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited.
Crypto exchange Gemini has registered its U.K. branch with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in a bid to comply with crypto regulations.