Section 226A of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) was inserted by the Consumer Credit Act 2006. It provides that a complaint, relating to an act or omission of a licensee under a standard licence or a person authorised to carry on an activity by virtue of section 34A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974, qualifies to be dealt with under the financial ombudsman scheme if certain conditions are satisfied. One of the conditions is that at the time the act or omission occurs it has to have occurred in the course of a business of a type specified in an Order made by the Secretary of State. The Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Ombudsman Scheme) (Consumer Credit Jurisdiction) Order 2007 No. 383 has now been published which specifies the types of business for the purposes of section 226A(2)(e) FSMA.