CP24/11 response form

We are asking for comments on this Consultation Paper by 12 August 2024.

Please use this online form or alternatively email us or write to:

Alternatively, please send comments in writing to:
Chapter 2: Husna Khatun, Profession, Approach and AI Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 5033
Chapter 3: Shamma Khan, Change in Control
Telephone: 020 7066 0810
Chapter 4: Dhan Paramasivam, Consumer Advice Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 6319
Chapter 5: Mary Roughley and Michael Collins, Asset Management and Fund Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 4527/020 7066 8196
Chapter 6: Gavin Davies, Authorisations and Cross-cutting Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 7578
Chapter 7: Adam Tappin and Ruby Bhavra, Credit Rating Agencies Policy,
Capital Markets Department
Telephone: 020 7066 1699 and 020 7066 2278
Chapter 8: Mary Roughley, Asset Management and Fund Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 4527
Chapter 9: Stephen Hanks, Trading Policy
Telephone: 020 7066 9758

If you are responding in writing to several chapters please send your comments to Lisa Ocero in the Handbook Team, who will pass your responses on as appropriate.

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