The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has laid out its plans to reduce "regulatory overload" after it was identified as an issue by its independent advisory panels.
The regulator said in response to the independent panels' annual reports, it was keen to "reduce the cumulative impact" of its regulatory requirements on firms. The panels, which are made up of the...
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