FCA has published a policy statement confirming how it will use its powers to publish information about enforcement warning notices. Following responses to consultation, it has made several changes to its original proposals. It still believes it will normally be appropriate to publish details of notices but acknowledges it will sometimes not be appropriate to identify the subject of the notice. On the whole, it is preferable to publish anonymised notices rather than no notice at all. FCA has also decided that, in principle, it will identify firms but not individuals as it acknowledges that potential harm to individuals will exceed any transparency arguments. FCA has also made changes to the way in which it will consider whether publication would be "unfair". It has lowered the threshold of loss an individual would need to prove would be a likely consequence of publication. FCA has now made changes to the Decision Procedures and Penalties Manual (DEPP) and Enforcement Guide (EG), which took effect on 15 October. (Source: FCA Sets Out Policy on Warning Notices)