We are asking a number of the firms we regulate to complete a short survey to help us obtain a more accurate view of firms’ financial resilience as a result of coronavirus (Covid-19).
October 2021 update
In June-August 2020, we issued the first phase of the Covid-19 impact survey. Since then we have repeated this survey four more times. The survey has helped us obtain an accurate view of the impact of Covid-19 and supported our work to mitigate risks of harm to consumers, the market and competition within it.
Please note: we will not be repeating the sixth round of this survey until the start of next year (2022).
In its place, we invite firms to complete a short feedback survey which seeks to collect anonymous feedback on the financial questions within the Covid-19 Impact Survey.
We will email the feedback survey to firms between 22 October-12 November 2021.
It is not mandatory to complete this feedback survey.
The FCA is accountable for ensuring that the views taken into account from this survey support further change to the systems and processes involving prudential data reporting to the FCA.
We know firms will be concerned about phishing emails and scams. When you receive the survey, please check it is from either [email protected] or an @fca.org.uk email address.
If you have any questions you can contact our Supervision Hub.
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