The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has backtracked on a proposal to require firms to keep 'orderly' records for reference purposes, following a consultation on a number of a proposals designed to improve the regulatory reference process.
In its policy statement ‘Strengthening accountability in banking and insurance: regulatory references and final rules', the regulator said it will not implement legislation requiring orderly records to...
Caring for children and elderly relatives
Similar to June 2007
Square Mile’s series of informal interviews
Fine reduced to £60,000
Two roles created