Market Abuse Protection
The concept of market abuse typically consists of insider dealing, unlawful disclosure of inside information, and market manipulation of the financial markets which could arise from distributing false information, distorting prices or improper use of insider information.
Complaints and compensation
Complaints help us learn lessons and improve our performance. We do not investigate individual complaints, but the financial firms we regulate must have a procedure in place for resolving disputes with their customers.
From bank accounts to loans, savings, insurance, investments and pensions, virtually every adult is a consumer of financial services. One of our statutory objectives is to secure an appropriate degree of protection for consumers dealing with firms carrying on regulated financial services activity.
Investment fraud involves the illegal sale or purported sale of financial instruments. The typical investment fraud schemes are characterized by offers of low- or no-risk investments, guaranteed returns, overly-consistent returns, complex strategies, or unregistered securities.
Trading Scams Information
Investment scams using online trading platforms are often promoted online and via social media channels. Fraudsters typically promise high returns and use fake celebrity endorsements and images of luxury items to entice people to invest in their scams.
The Financial Stability Review provides an overview of potential risks to financial stability in the euro area. It aims to promote awareness in the financial industry and among the public of euro area financial stability issues.
Our mission is the security and the protection of your dreams!
HRFSA focus is safeguarding client protection in different sectors. Our Mission explains what we priorities and why. We have an overriding strategic objective set by Parliament to ensure that relevant markets function well.
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