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1. "Product providers can help reduce the FSCS levy"

I make no apology for returning to the subject of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), as the deadline for responding to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) consultation paper is the end of January.

Tags: Ken Davy, FSCS
2. "It's time to put pen to paper on the FSCS levy"

The first thing I want to highlight is the opportunity you have right now to help stop the grotesque injustice of the current system of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) funding.

Tags: Ken Davy, FSCS
3. SimplyBiz chair blasts 'disgraceful injustice' of FSCS levy

SimplyBiz chair Ken Davy has upped his criticism of Financial Services Compensation Scheme funding after the lifeboat fund announced another additional fee call.

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4. A New Year message from Ken Davy

SimplyBiz Group Chairman, Ken Davy provides an update on the year ahead, regulation, our services, and his campaign to reform the FSCS funding system. 

Tags: Ken Davy, FSCS, 2018, Regulation, Referrals
5. "FSCS funding should be fair and affordable"

Rather than making a knee-jerk rejection, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) should follow Aegon UK’s lead by focussing on fairness and affordability when considering the latest Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) funding proposals.

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By Ken Davy
6. "Times change, but savings advice is still needed"

One of the most notable years for me was 1963. Jennifer and I had just bought our first house for the princely sum of £1,400, which back then seemed an awful lot of money.

Tags: Ken Davy, FSCS, FCA
7. "Scottish Widows addresses FSCS funding issue"

As regular readers of this column will know, I have campaigned for more than two decades for the regulator to radically change how the FSCS is funded.

Tags: Ken Davy, FSCS
8. "Three cheers for FAMR one year on"

Regulator released Financial Advice Market Review recommendations and updates on progress

Tags: Ken Davy, FAMR, FCA, FSCS
By Ken Davy
9. 'Platforms should contribute to FSCS levy' - Ken Davy

Ken Davy has called on platforms to contribute to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme's (FSCS) levy alongside advisers, in response to the regulator's consultation on the scheme's funding system.

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By Ken Davy
10. Davy: providers should pay lion's share of FSCS fees

Product providers should contribute most of the running costs of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, Ken Davy has said.

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By Ken Davy

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