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Public·24 Lamplighters

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) conducted a survey and found that less than half of UK adults have confidence in the financial service industry.

  • Only just over a third of people believe most financial firms are honest and transparent in their dealings.

  • Approximately 7.4 million people tried but failed to get in contact with their financial services providers in the 12 months before May 2022.

  • Over 3 million people who managed to contact a firm reported that they couldn't get the information or support they needed.

  • There is a more positive outlook when people rate their own provider rather than the sector as a whole.

  • The survey highlights that the industry continues to let down vulnerable individuals.

  • 20% of those with low financial resilience and low capability reported that provider communications did not help at all.

  • The introduction of the consumer duty is imminent, which will require firms to act to deliver good outcomes for consumers and improve trust and confidence in the financial services sector.

  • The FCA's survey shows that there is still work to be done in helping struggling customers, especially those with mental health problems and other vulnerabilities.


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