FCA consults on making mini bond marketing ban permanent

The FCA is consulting on making the temporary rules on marketing certain high-risk investments (speculative illiquid securities) permanent and extending them to some similar securities.

In December 2019 the FCA used its temporary product intervention powers to put in place a temporary (12 month) ban on the marketing of certain high-risk investments - speculative illiquid securities (also known as mini bonds) to retail investors.

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