The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has created a dedicated fund supervision unit to regulate and monitor individual retail funds for the first time, in a bid to better safeguard investors and consumers.
Speaking at Investment Week's Fund Management Summit this week, FCA director of wholesale banking and investment management, William Amos, (pictured) said the regulator had taken a "new direction" following...
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