FCA has created a new page on its website devoted to Suspicious Transaction and Order Reports (STOR) under EU MAR. The page gives information on FCA’s supervisory approach to the new regime, and its expectations on “notifiers”. FCA notes some firms may need to make significant changes to enable them to meet the EU MAR requirements. It says it will take a risk-based approach to supervision, and where firms are not able to apply all the necessary surveillance from the effective date of EU MAR, they should have made best efforts to achieve full compliance, and be ready to explain how approaches will be further developed. FCA is developing systems to ensure firms can report using the ESMA standard forms through Connect. (Source: FCA creates STOR page)