The FSA has published Handbook Notice 93. This Handbook Notice introduces the FSA Handbook and other material made by the FSA Board under its legislative powers on 30 September 2009.
On 30 September 2009, the FSA Board made changes to the FSA Handbook in two instruments which together make new liquidity rules for banks, building societies and investment firms as well as UK branches of foreign banks, with new and amended reporting requirements, in order to implement the FSA’s new liquidity regime for these firms.
There were no changes this month to material outside the FSA Handbook.
View Handbook Notice 93, 5 October 2009