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...
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