Spread the cost of your FCA Fees & Levies over monthly instalmentsĀ 

For over 10 years, Premium Credit has provided firms with a payment option to spread the cost of their regulated fees and levies invoiced by the FCA, Money Advice Service, Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) over monthly instalments. And last year, we helped more than 4,000 companies manage the cost of their FCA fees.


You can use our dedicated portal to apply to pay your companies fees by instalments online.

the benefits to your business include:

  1. Improved cash flow - pay FCA fees by monthly Direct Debit instalments rather than in one lump sum

  2. Competitive interest rates - plus discounts for members of recognised trade associations

  3. Online application process - the easy way to pay your FCA fees online

     

     

IMPORTANT In order to ensure your FCA fees and levies are funded by the Payment Due Date, Premium Credit must receive your signed and dated Credit Agreement within 21 days of the Invoice Date. This is to allow Premium Credit time to perform all required checks and collect the first instalment due by Direct Debit. Funding after the Payment Due Date may result in a Late Payment Surcharge issued to you.

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Click here to pay your FCA fees by instalments

If you would like to discuss your payment options in more detail and to register your interest in our services, please call 0344 381 9103 or email FCA.FeeFunding@pcl.co.uk

Please email FCA.admin@pcl.co.uk if you have any questions relating to the completion of your Credit Agreement with Premium Credit.

MEMBER OF A TRADE ASSOCIATION?

If you are a member of a recognised trade association you qualify for a discount rate! This exclusive offer helps you smooth your cash flow, at a lower rate than is otherwise available. Normal rates to market are 3.25% (APR 6.1%), but recognised trade association members get a 0.5% reduction to 2.75% (APR 5.2%) - which would save you £50 on a £10,000 invoice.