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Fintech ‘Unicorn Council’ members mull boosting fees for struggling FCA

By Ellesheva Kissin
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Leading fintechs on the UK’s newly-formed ‘Unicorn Council’ are debating paying higher fees to the Financial Conduct Authority, to help the under-resourced regulator cope with the demands of fintechs as a growing number quit the UK.

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