Golden oldies: Now That's What I Call Regulation 2002-2022!

A look at the regulatory chart-toppers of the last 20 years

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Paul Bruns takes a look at shifting regulation and policy over the past two decades...

As SimplyBiz hits its 20th anniversary, I've been asked to take a look at shifting regulation and policy over the past two decades.  During that time, the regulator has changed its name, issued hundreds of thousands of pages of policy, and changed the face of the financial advice sector in myriad ways.  Consumer Duty may be the newest kid on the block, attracting a lot of attention at the moment, but what other regulatory chart-toppers have there been over the past 20 years? Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) - 2006 Starting off with a golden oldie, TCF came into force when the Fina...

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