Edited by Paula Giliker
Chapter 10: Financial services and regulation
This chapter considers the impact that European Union (EU) law has on financial services torts from the perspective of English law. The basis for such actionability is usually a breach of rules laid down by the Financial Conduct Authority in its handbook. Many of the current rules in that handbook have their origin in or have been influenced by EU legislation. The tort produced by this legislation is an important piece of consumer protection law providing protection for persons damaged by the mis-selling of financial products.
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