EMAIL THE NEW CEO OF THE FCA NOW
The FCA Annual Public Meeting 2016
The FCA is holding its Annual Public Meeting 2016 this coming Tuesday (19th July) at the QE11 Conference Centre in London. (To reserve a place at the meeting please click HERE).
We are asking every single individual who is unhappy with the redress provided by their bank in connection with the mis-sale of a product or a service, or in connection with any associated bank misconduct, to email a simple letter to Andrew Bailey, the new Chief Executive of the FCA, prior to the Meeting and to copy that email to John Griffith Jones, the Chairman of the FCA, and to their MP.
This is a very simple numbers game. We need every recipient of this Newsletter to send an email now. 100 emails will be ignored. 1,000 emails may prompt attention. 10,000 emails would send a message. (It would be helpful if each owner of a business sent an email from them as an individual i.e. if there are two owners, each should send an email.)
Set out below is a suggested template for an email to Andrew Bailey but that’s merely provided to assist. It’s your email that needs to go..
Andrew Bailey’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org
John Griffith-Jones email is email@example.com
Financial Conduct Authority
25 The North Colonnade
Dear Mr Bailey,
The Failure of the FCA
We are writing to you in your new role as Chief Executive of the FCA to put on record our conviction that the FCA has failed, and continues to fail, to meet its obligation to protect consumers of financial services.
In particular, the FCA has failed to ensure that the banks:
accept responsibility for their misconduct in connection with the mis-sale of (please insert here the type of financial product or service mis-sold to you);
accept responsibility for the misconduct of their business support division; and
provide appropriate redress to the owners of businesses damaged by such misconduct.
(Your name and the name of your business.)
c. John Griffith-Jones
c. Your MP
Please spend five minutes now and send your email. Make it short, simple but with a clear message i.e. the FCA has failed and continues to fail you.