Call for FCA to be required to "have regard" to financial inclusion

A letter to the economic secretary to HM Treasury has called for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to be required to "have regard" for financial inclusion when the government publishes its final plans for the UK's future financial regulatory framework.

The letter to John Glen, whose signatories include Legal & General, Mastercard and Phoenix Group, was organised by Fair By Design and the Financial Inclusion Commission.

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