The UK could develop an "outcome focused" and "lower burden" approach to financial regulation after leaving the EU, while still maintaining "equivalence" with other world jurisdictions, FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey has said.
Setting out his vision for "the future of financial conduct regulation" in London on Tuesday (23 April), Bailey (pictured) said Brexit "will be a defining factor" in the construction of a post-EU regulatory...
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