Mark Greenwood: Accurate FCA Directory person data confirmation explained

Your practical guide to 'The Directory'

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Mark Greenwood: "Firms must not exceed any 12-month period without confirming the accuracy of information on its Directory Persons as shown on FS Register. When a firm exceeds this period, the FCA will place a ‘health warning' onto the firm's entry to warn users that the data may be out of date."
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Mark Greenwood: "Firms must not exceed any 12-month period without confirming the accuracy of information on its Directory Persons as shown on FS Register. When a firm exceeds this period, the FCA will place a ‘health warning' onto the firm's entry to warn users that the data may be out of date."

In the first in a series of practical guides to using the FCA Directory and maintaining records upon it, Mark Greenwood outlines how to complete the annual task of confirming information is accurate

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