British Dental Association urges FCA to consider ‘unique challenges’ of dentists in BI claims test case

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The dentist trade union is arguing that the short timeframe given for its members to submit any relevant material to the FCA has meant that all issues could not be communicated

The British Dental Association (BDA) has sent an open letter to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) urging the regulator to consider the plight of dentists in its legal process assessing business interruption (BI) claims.

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