Financial Services Authority

/faɪˌnænʃəl 'sɜ:vɪsɪz ɔ:ˌθɒrɪti/ noun
a government agency set up to regulate all financial services, such as banks, stockbrokers, unit trusts, pension companies, professional bodies, stock exchanges, etc., including the ombudsmen for these services.
Abbreviation FSA
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‘…the FSA has set up an independent ombudsman scheme covering all areas of financial services’ [Times]

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