FSA sets £100k income threshold for minimum fees

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The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is to set the income threshold under which firms will only have to pay the minimum annual fee at £100,000.

From 2013/14, the regulator is to assess firms' contributions to its annual funding requirement based on income, rather than the current headcount-based methodology. The changes were originally ...

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