On 1 April 2013, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) will be abolished and replaced by a new regulatory regime. The Government said when it came to
The Independent Commission on Banking (IBC) released its report on 12 September 2011.
On 6 September 2011 HM Treasury published an update to the consolidated version of FSMA on its website (originally published on 5 July 2011).
On 16 June 2011 HM Treasury published its White Paper on financial regulation, “A new approach to financial regulation: the blueprint for reform”.
Under current reforms to the financial services sector, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) will be replaced by a new “twin-peaks” system of financial services regulation which is currently planned for the end of 2012.
George Osborne’s Mansion House speech on regulatory reform has resulted in the publication of a consultation document and draft legislation
As of 6 April 2010, the UK Listing Authority's (UKLA) listing regime is being restructured and companies will now be able to choose between a "Premium" listing and a "Standard" listing.