FCA signs innovation co-operation agreement with Canadian regulator

Deal with Ontario Securities Commission

Tom Ellis
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FCA signs innovation co-operation agreement with Canadian regulator

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has entered into a co-operation agreement with Candian regulator Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) in an effort to boost innovation.

The two bodies have committed to sharing information on emerging trends and regulatory issues relating to innovation in financial services. The agreement follows the creation of the FCA's Innovation Hub...

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