Thanks for that waryinvestor . My interactions with the FCA yielded similar results.
In Part 3, a question mark remains on the suitability of BDO as the FCA is yet to clarify if their previous experience and expertise is in P2P administration. Regarding Part 4, I am unsure how the lender base may express their displeasure with the actions of BDO to the Creditors' Committee. To the best of my knowledge, there are no formal channels of communication between both parties. @monetus, is this a process the FCA expects to be established by now?I contested the findings saying that it was not the Court who chose the Administrators, but Court has merely accepted the recommendations of FCA. So, FCA must accept the responsibility of the chosen Administrators rather than washing their hands off saying it is now the sole responsibility of BDO. Also, "complaints over BDO LLP’s conduct should be addressed directly to BDO LLP or the Insolvency Service" - again since FCA appointed them, they should take some responsibility.
Apologies, if I have missed anything but are their any template letters that I can use as the basis of a complaint to the FCA (suitably customised)?
There is no letter since the process involves an online 'form'. Note the initial complaints regarding the condition of the IP register have now timed out due to the 'one year rule'. There are however other aspects of the Col debacle that can still be complained about that are inside the one year rule.