FCA bolsters investor protection through new campaign

Financial Conduct Authority

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has launched a new £11 million ($15.2 million) campaign to help reduce the number of consumers investing in “inappropriate high-risk” investments. 

In a statement today (September 15), the FCA unveiled its new investment harm campaign, which will aim to help consumers make “better informed” investment decisions.

According to the regulator, UK consumers hold over £1.6 trillion with wealth managers.

“Six per cent of consumers increased their holdings of

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