The data shows the number of new whistleblowing reports the FCA received between April and June 2023 and how the information was received.
The FCA assess every whistleblowing case it receives that falls within the FCA's remit, to inform its work and help it identify actual or potential harm. This could be harm to consumers, to markets, to the UK economy or to wider society.
The Whistleblowing team receives reports by telephone, email, its online reporting form, and post. In 2023 Q2 (April – June), the FCA received 300 new whistleblowing reports, containing 821 allegations in total.