The data shows the number of new whistleblowing reports the FCA received in July to September 2021 and the allegations they featured.
The FCA Whistleblowing team receives reports about alleged wrongdoing in the areas of financial services that fall within its remit.
The FCA assesses every whistleblowing case it receives, to inform the work it does and to help it to identify actual or potential harm that has arisen or could arise. This could be harm to consumers, to markets, to the UK economy or to wider society.
Deciding to blow the whistle is a brave act and the FCA greatly value the information it receives from whistleblowers.