Money Marketing report:

The Financial Conduct Authority spent more than £1m on its re-brand from the FSA in April.

A freedom of information request submitted by PanaceaAdviser owner Derek Bradley shows the FCA spent more than £700,000 on its new website and £40,000 on stationary.

The FSA was abolished and replaced with the FCA on 1 April when it undertook a re-brand with a new logo and website.

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