FCA urged to rethink high risk categorisation of P2P lending

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been urged to rethink how it categorises peer-to-peer lending, amid concerns that it is unfairly labelling the asset as high risk. The prospect of new regulations in the P2P lending sector such as tougher marketing rules and investor restrictions was discussed at the P2P Leaders Forum, a virtual event […]

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