FCA: Stable pensions require 'seamless' regulatory family

'Working closely with regulators'

Hope William-Smith
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Pritchard says the industry must work seamlessly together as one regulatory family.
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Pritchard says the industry must work seamlessly together as one regulatory family.

Issues of engagement and communication in the pensions industry must be combatted by seamless collaboration from regulators, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says.

Speaking on Thursday (14 October) and the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association's annual conference, FCA executive director of markets Sarah Pritchard laid out her mission to bolster joint efforts...

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