FSCS has published its plan and budget for 2010/11. It sees rising PPI and investment claims as key drivers of compensation in the near future. It expects to make an interim levy of at least £70 million in March, under which investment intermediaries will pay for the costs of failure of three firms. There may be additional interim levies for insurance and investment intermediation sub-classes to account for PPI claims and failure of structured product providers. If the interim levies on the investment intermediation sub-class breach the annual levy limit for the sub-class, the investment fund management class may have to pay.