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FSA told to start compensation process for mis-sold customers

telegraph.co.uk (1 year and 7 months ago)

Sep 16, 2012

The Financial Services Authority has been told it must start the compensation process for small businesses potentially mis-sold interest rate swaps after complaints the regulator has not done enough to get the process underway. full story

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