FCA Urges Firms to Update Status Disclosures to Reflect Creation of the FCA and PRA

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On May 1, the FCA published a press release stating that it expects firms to review their regulatory status disclosures as a priority and ensure that they are up to date and accurate following the creation of the FCA and PRA and the renaming of the public Financial Services register. The FCA has stated that it recognises that there are exceptional circumstances where it may not have been possible to make all the required disclosure updates immediately upon the relevant change. However, the FSA, except for where transitional provisions are available, requires firms to be able to demonstrate that they intend to make the necessary updates at the earliest opportunity.

Topics:  Disclosure Requirements, EU, Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Authority, Prudential Regulation Authority

Published In: Finance & Banking Updates

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