The Modern Slavery Act requires organisations over a certain size to report yearly on what they’ve done to ensure they help prevent acts of modern slavery and trafficking from occurring within their business or supply chains.

Today we've renewed our annual statement (PDF 91KB) setting out what we’re doing to help prevent modern slavery and trafficking, not just because it’s the law, but because our commitment to fairness and doing the right thing is at the heart of our values.

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Ombudsman News 172

29 June 2022

Welcome to the latest edition of Ombudsman News. In this edition, we share news of our new Chief Executive and Chief Ombudsman, and outline the Discussion Paper we published earlier this month about possible changes to our future funding model.

Annual data CMC Consultations and responses

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Financial Ombudsman Service publishes annual complaints data 2021/22

28 June 2022

The Financial Ombudsman Service has published its annual complaints data for the 2021/22 financial year.

Annual data Data and Insight

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Financial Ombudsman Service publishes a Discussion Paper on its future funding model

14 June 2022

The Financial Ombudsman Service has today published a Discussion Paper on possible changes to its future funding model.

Press release

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