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  1. CP19/9: Financial Services Compensation Scheme – Management Expenses Levy Limit 2019/20

    Consultation papers Published: 31/01/2019 Last modified: 31/01/2019
    Today the FCA and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) launched a joint consultation on the management expenses levy limit (MELL) for the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for 2019/20. The MELL ensures that the FSCS has adequate funding to continue to operate and meet its objective of providing a compensation scheme for consumers.
  2. CP19/8: General Insurance Value Measures reporting

    Consultation papers Published: 30/01/2019 Last modified: 30/01/2019
    The FCA sets out its proposals to require firms to report General Insurance (GI) value measures data to the FCA for publication.
  3. CP19/7: Consultation on proposals to improve shareholder engagement

    Consultation papers Published: 30/01/2019 Last modified: 30/01/2019
    This consultation proposes regulatory measures to implement the provisions of the amended Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD II) for FCA-regulated life insurers and asset managers, as well as for issuers of shares in respect of related party transactions. The Directive comes into effect in June 2019 and, assuming a transition period for EU
  4. CP19/6: Changes to align the FCA Handbook with the EU Prospectus Regulation

    Consultation papers Published: 28/01/2019 Last modified: 28/01/2019
    This Consultation Paper describes the changes we plan to make to our Handbook to ensure our Prospectus Rules sourcebook (PR sourcebook) is consistent with the new EU Prospectus Regulation (the Regulation), due to come into effect in July 2019. The Regulation sets out the information companies need to disclose to investors and potential investors...
  5. CP19/5: Retirement Outcomes Review: Investment pathways and other proposed changes to our rules and guidance

    Consultation papers Published: 28/01/2019 Last modified: 28/01/2019
    This consultation sets out our second proposed package of remedies from the Retirement Outcomes Review (ROR). We are consulting on investment pathways and other proposed changes to our rules and guidance.
  6. CP19/3: Guidance on Cryptoassets

    Consultation papers Published: 23/01/2019 Last modified: 23/01/2019
    The FCA has carried out work on cryptoassets, both as part of a broader UK Cryptoasset Taskforce and independently to achieve our objectives. This consultation paper is the next step in the FCA’s work on cryptoassets and sets out details on where different types of cryptoassets might fall in the regulatory perimeter.
  7. CP19/4: Optimising the Senior Managers & Certification Regime and feedback to DP16/4 – Overall responsibility and the legal function

    Consultation papers Published: 23/01/2019 Last modified: 23/01/2019
    In this Consultation Paper we propose to provide extra clarity in some areas of the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SM&CR) and set out details of the feedback received to DP16/4.
  8. CP18/42: High-Cost Credit Review: Overdrafts consultation paper and policy statement

    Consultation papers Published: 18/12/2018 Last modified: 20/12/2018
    This paper sets out our proposals to radically reform the ways banks and building societies charge for overdrafts. It also sets out the rules we have made to address low awareness and engagement in this market.
  9. CP18/43: High-Cost Credit Review: Feedback on CP18/12 with final rules and guidance and consultation on Buy Now Pay Later offers

    Consultation papers Published: 18/12/2018 Last modified: 18/12/2018
    As part of our review of high-cost credit products, we have published our feedback to CP18/12 and final rules and guidance in relation to home-collected credit, catalogue credit and store cards.
  10. CP18/41: FCA and PRA changes to mortgage reporting requirements

    Consultation papers Published: 13/12/2018 Last modified: 13/12/2018
    In this consultation paper (CP), the FCA and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) set out proposals for new reporting requirements that would apply to mortgage lenders and home finance administrators.