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Mobile phone insurance firms told to clean up their act

The mobile phone insurance industry has been slammed by the FCA, as many policies don't provide the cover they promise

Bank of Ireland mortgage costs soar for thousands – how to fight back

Thousands of mortgage holders with a Bank of Ireland base rate tracker will see repayments rocket today

Packaged account shake-up to stop mis-selling

New rules to prevent people from being sold packaged current accounts with benefits they can't use have come into force

'We will be different to the FSA', says new regulator, the FCA, as regime changes today

It's not just April Fool's Day, it's also the day the system of financial regulation changes, as the FCA is born

'Fight Bank of Ireland's unfair mortgage hike'

Govan Law Centre's Mike Dailly says Bank of Ireland may be acting unfairly and oppressively in raising mortgage costs

PPI mis-selling bill reaches £8.9 billion

£439 million was paid out to victims of PPI mis-selling in January, taking the overall total to £8.9 billion

Bank of Ireland mortgage rate hikes: MP calls for FSA probe

A leading MP has urged the FSA to investigate whether Bank of Ireland is guilty of mis-selling tracker mortgages

Nationwide blunder reveals email addresses

Nationwide customers should watch out for spam messages, after email addresses were revealed in its monthly newsletter

Lloyds fined £4.3 million over PPI delays

Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £4.3m for delays in paying out mis-sold PPI to more than 140,000 victims

PPI reclaiming bill now tops £8.4 billion

£360 million was paid out to victims of PPI mis-selling last December, taking the total to £8.4 billion, the FSA says

Banks not giving adequate investment advice, says FSA

One in four investors are not receiving good enough advice from their bank, a mystery shopping review by the FSA shows

Post Office delays cuts after not alerting savers in advance

Some Post Office savers' rate cuts will be delayed from 17 January until 25 February, but not all are so lucky