What will the FCA do next?
The Financial Conduct Authority has trumpeted its interventions work as a key factor in how it identifies and prevents harm in the marketplace.
However, the impact of Enforcement investigations should not be discounted.
In this article for Banking Risk & Regulation, James Tyler explores, among others, what the regulator’s plans are in respect of interventions, what else it is doing to protect the market, when it is more likely to investigate rather than intervene and its expectations with regard to self-reporting and co-operation.
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