MPs discuss complaints about financial regulators with Complaints Commissioner
13 June 2022
The Treasury Committee will question the Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner at a session providing an update on their organisation’s work and performance at 2:15pm on Wednesday 15 June.
- Watch Parliament TV: The work of the Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner
- Inquiry: The work of the Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner
- Treasury Committee
Purpose of the session
The Commissioner independently reviews complaints about the UK’s financial services regulators, with oversight over the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Prudential Regulation Authority, the Payment Systems Regulator, and some regulatory functions of the Bank of England.
Likely topics of discussion include the performance of both the Office of the Complaints Commissioner and the bodies it oversees, and what potential trends can be seen emerging from current complaints.
MPs may also seek an update from the Commissioner relating to the FCA’s regulation of London Capital & Finance (LCF), as well as how well the FCA is implementing reforms recommended by the final report into its oversight of LCF.
Wednesday 15 June 2022, Wilson Room, Portcullis House
- Amerdeep Somal, Financial Regulators Complaints Commissioner at Office of the Complaints Commissioner
- Ivona Poyntz, Chief Operating Officer at Office of the Complaints Commissioner
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