The FCA has laid out its proposals to ensure a "smooth transition" for EEA firms conducting business in the UK in case of a no-deal Brexit and a failure to secure an implementation period.
Its proposals are part of one of two consultation papers published on Wednesday (10 October), as the City regulator readies itself for its role in the fallout of the UK's departure from the European Union...
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Will also assess FCA's actions