Welcome to the new Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The new PRA and FCA websites are up and running, as are the PRA and FCA handbooks, together with a combined view provided for the purposes of supporting transition, and the Register. Although the old FSA website is still functioning, it is no longer being updated and is likely to cease to be available in early July. Archived versions of the old website will continue to be available through the National Archives. Although day one of the new regime was a bank holiday Monday (as well as 1 April), there was no respite from the publication of new paperwork:



Although there are many similarities with the old FSA site, finding the publications loaded over the long weekend – including the new forms and associated notes, attestations, factsheets, etc. - is slightly less intuitive on the new FCA website. I recommend using your FCA, which seems to be where the newly published documents can be displayed by date of publication on the site.

Ultimately, the best way to familiarise yourself with the site is probably to play around with it, but here are links to a small number of useful documents that may not be immediately easy to find:

Enforcement notices are to be found under outcomes and notices, and warnings and alerts will also be published. The FCA have also published a new leaflet on the enforcement process.

UKLA material is held here and the guidance, procedural and technical notes are in the Knowledge Base. See also the UKLA Forms and Checklists pages.