FCA has reminded firms that they should review their documents and other materials in which they make status disclosures, to ensure they are up to date and not misleading, since the change to the structure of UK regulation. It notes the transitional period it gave firms to make changes applies only so far as FCA was legally able to allow it. But certain disclosures are required by EU legislation, and FCA is not legally able to allow any transitional periods in respect of these. It says it recognises firms may not have been able to make all the changes immediately, but they should plan to do so as soon as possible. (Source: FCA Reminds of Need for Disclosure Updates)