What does 'business as usual' mean for the FCA post-Brexit?

Emphasis more on proactive supervision than enforcement

What does 'business as usual' mean for the FCA post-Brexit?

The FCA has been keen to ensure it is 'business as usual' in the wake of the EU referendum. To determine what that might mean, Abdulali Jiwaji and Johnny Shearman review the regulator's Business Plan in the light of Brexit and the arrival of a new chief executive

On 23 June, Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU). Now widely referred to as ‘Brexit', the vote will have significant implications for Britain's financial sector. On the morning of the referendum...

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