Account Access and Closure: What the FCA’s Initial Findings Mean for Firms

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The way in which financial service firms make, document, and justify decisions on account access continues to be an area of focus for regulators, and is also high on the political agenda.

With the legislative and regulatory landscape continuing to evolve, it is critical that firms remain attuned to these changes and adapt their policies, processes, systems and controls where required.

In this article, Imogen Cronin summaries the key findings from the FCA’s recent report “UK Payment Accounts: access and closures”.

Read the full paper here: Account access and closures

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