FCA eyes tighter stewardship and engagement standards for asset managers

As part of SRD II

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FCA executive director of strategy and competition Christopher Woolard
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FCA executive director of strategy and competition Christopher Woolard

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a set of proposals for a revamp of asset management stewardship and engagement standards, which would see the sector ramp up transparency efforts.

The proposals form part of a consultation paper setting out how parts of the Revised Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD II) will be implemented in the UK when it is set to come into force in June. ...

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