FCA streamlines decision-making process

'Concern of procedural fairness'

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FCA streamlines decision-making process

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has reformed the way it makes critical regulatory decisions in a bid to be more effective and efficient in stopping harm to consumers and markets.

The new approach, which will be effective from Friday (26 Nov), transfers some decision-making on statutory notices from the FCA's Regulatory Decisions Committee (RDC) to senior members of the body...

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