When the UK Financial Services Authority became the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") in April 2013, we were told that this would herald a tougher
The Financial Conduct Authority has now completed its thematic review of Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Bribery and Corruption Systems and Controls:
The UK Financial Services Authority ("FSA") was abolished on 1 April 2013 and replaced by three new regulators. The Financial Services Act 2012
It cannot have escaped anyone's attention that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) ceases to exist as such on Monday 1 April 2013. In its place
The Financial Services Authority (the “FSA”) published in late January this year a discussion paper (DP111) which contained a Foreword - unusually written by its Chairman Lord Adair Taylor - considering how the FSA (and its proposed successor body) will pursue its consumer protection objective and strategy.
HM Treasury published on 17 February 2011 a further consultation paper on the new UK regulatory architecture, A new approach to financial regulation: building a stronger system.
The FSA has announced that HM Treasury will now be publishing a second consultation paper on the new UK financial services regulatory structure in February 2011.