FCA squeezed for staff as it copes with Brexit, moves to Stratford
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority needs all hands on deck. It faces an iceberg of approaching regulation, Brexit, an asset management review and its day-to-day business. Plus, it is moving to Stratford, east London, in April.
The UK regulator is working through these challenges and trying to tackle them, but it will need more money and resources to handle Brexit, an FCA board member told a House of Lords select committee this week.
“Brexit will put significant demands on us and we are doing
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