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Fraud is a major threat to citizens, businesses and the government. The National Fraud Authority has estimated that the total annual losses from all fraud against all types of victims is now at least £73bn. The Fraud Advisory Panel has released its main recommendations today on “obtaining redress and improving outcomes for the victims of fraud”.
It was reported in the Sunday Telegraph on 21 April 2013 that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) (formerly known as the ‘Financial Services Authority’ (FSA)) is facing a claim for judicial review of its Redress Scheme (“the Review”) which was intended to provide redress to individuals and businesses that were mis-sold interest rate hedging products. The FCA took over the Review of interest rate hedging products on 1 April 2013, as a consequence of the Financial Services Act 2012.
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