FCA moves to delay consultation responses amid coronavirus outbreak

Response time pushed back to October

Hannah Godfrey
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FCA: "We welcome firms reviewing their current arrangements to address the evolving situation while managing the risks to their employees, customers and the impact on the market."
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FCA: "We welcome firms reviewing their current arrangements to address the evolving situation while managing the risks to their employees, customers and the impact on the market."

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it will extend the closing date for ongoing consultations and calls for input amid the coronavirus outbreak.

In a statement posted to its website today (17 March), the regulator said it would postpone activity it did not deem critical to protecting consumers and market integrity in the short-term, to give firms...

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