FCA reaches for the unregulated through trade bodies

From February, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) might be able to ban or impose fines on anyone doing business in unregulated markets if they break codes of best practice — codes that might have been written almost anywhere or by anyone.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 11 Jan 2018
Late last year, the UK regulator released a consultation on codes of conduct, which attempted to link the UK Senior Managers’ Regime, and good behaviour guides the financial industry has written for itself, to extend the reach of the regulator into previously unregulated markets such as foreign ...

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