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Police raid Wirecard’s Munich headquarters properties in Germany and Austria as...

Following the collapse of Wirecard last week, the German FinTech is now facing intense scrutiny from the authorities.

FCA offers new guidance for firms on how to support credit...

It's hardly a secret that many people are facing a lot off financial hardship because of the coronavirus. That's why the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) offered more guidance to credit customers affected by the virus.

Holvi is back up and running after being forced to shut...

Holvi customers can now use their cards again after the Finnish digital banking service for freelancers suspended its services on the back of the Wirecard scandal.

FCA research reveals 1.1 million spike in crypto asset buyers and...

An estimated 2.6 million UK consumers have bought cryptoassets at some point, new research from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) reveals.

FCA allows Wirecard to resume operational activities

Last week the UK's top financial markets watchdog ordered Wirecard to freeze all of its regulated activities in the country. Now it has lifted the ban.

FCA orders Wirecard UK to cease all activity as the scandal...

The collapse of German payment giant Wirecard has taken another turn as the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has ordered the FinTech's British branch to cease all regulated activities.

FCA wants feedback on proposals for new rules for investment firms

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a discussion paper regarding new rules for investment firms.

UK InsurTech buzzvault stops writing policies as it is “undergoing a...

British InsurTech startup buzzvault has put a stop to the selling of its insurance policies in the UK.

FCA wants to ban mini-bond marketing permanently

The UK's top financial markets regulator has announced that it plans to make the ban on marketing of mini-bonds that it introduced in January permanent.

Why the FCA slammed Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and The...

The UK's top financial markets watchdog has issued fines worth a total of £64,046,800 against three of the country's leading bank for failing to treat their customers fairly.