Financial Services Authority Executive Compensation

The Financial Services Authority is an independent financial regulatory body within the United Kingdom. The FSA establishes standards for most financial services markets, exchanges, and firms and pursues legal... more +
The Financial Services Authority is an independent financial regulatory body within the United Kingdom. The FSA establishes standards for most financial services markets, exchanges, and firms and pursues legal action against parties failing to comply with those standards.   less -
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FSA Rules on Data Collection on Remuneration Policies

On November 1, the FSA published policy statement 12/18 ‘Data collection on remuneration policies’ (PS12/18). PS12/18 sets out the FSA’s rules in line with the requirements in the capital requirements directive CRD3 and the...more

FSA Guidance on Proportionality in Relation to its Remuneration Code

On September 25 the FSA published Finalised Guidance 12/19: General guidance on Proportionality: The Remuneration Code (SYSC 19A) & Pillar 3 disclosures on remuneration (BIPRU 11) (FG12/19). ...more

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