FCA data leak called “embarrassment,” the former CEO called for a review

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the UK regulator that punishes financial institutions for data breaches, has admitted its own data breach after victims of the collapsed savings bank company London Capital & Finance (LCF) received messages from fraudsters.

LCF customers, including prolific Brexiteer businessman Aaron Banks, were among 1,600 people whose names, addresses and phone numbers were accidentally posted on the FCA website.

News of the leak comes as a British activist …

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