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  1. CP18/23: Claims management companies: recovering the costs of regulation and the Financial Ombudsman Service

    Consultation papers Published: 20/08/2018 Last modified: 20/08/2018
    This paper sets out our proposals for recovering the costs of regulating claims management companies (CMCs) when applications open for temporary permissions on 1 January 2019.
  2. Global Financial Innovation Network

    Consultation papers Published: 07/08/2018 Last modified: 09/08/2018
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has, in collaboration with 11 financial regulators and related organisations, on 7 August 2018 announced the creation of the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN), building on the FCA’s proposal earlier this year to create a ‘global sandbox’.
  3. CP18/22: Handbook changes to reflect the application of the EU Securitisation Regulation and the amendment to the Capital Requirement Regulation

    Consultation papers Published: 01/08/2018 Last modified: 01/08/2018
    The Securitisation Regulation and related amendment to the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) came into effect on 18 January 2018. Most of their provisions will come into effect on 1 January 2019. We are consulting on a number of changes to ensure that our Handbook is consistent with the directly applicable EU Securitisation Regulation and...
  4. CP18/21: General standards and communication rules for the payment services and e-money sectors

    Consultation papers Published: 01/08/2018 Last modified: 01/08/2018
    We are consulting on proposals to apply existing rules and guidance that clarify our expectations on conduct and communication across the payment services and e-money sectors. We are also proposing new standards for the communication of payment services and e-money involving a currency conversion.
  5. CP18/20: Loan-based ('peer-to-peer') and investment-based crowdfunding platforms: Feedback on our post-implementation review and proposed changes to the regulatory framework

    Consultation papers Published: 27/07/2018 Last modified: 01/08/2018
    In 2016 the we launched a post-implementation review (PIR) of our regulation of the crowdfunding sector (which covers investment-based and loan-based crowdfunding). This paper summarises our findings, and consults on proposed new rules and guidance for loan-based crowdfunding platforms (also known as ‘peer-to-peer’ platforms).
  6. CP18/19: Introducing the Directory

    Consultation papers Published: 04/07/2018 Last modified: 04/07/2018
    We are consulting on proposals to introduce the Directory - a new public register for checking the details of key individuals working in financial services.
  7. CP18/18: Guidance on regular premium PPI complaints and recurring non-disclosure of commission

    Consultation papers Published: 04/07/2018 Last modified: 12/07/2018
    This paper consults on new guidance that clarifies our expectations about the handling of certain regular premium payment protection insurance (PPI) complaints. 
  8. CP18/17: Retirement Outcomes Review: Proposed changes to our rules and guidance

    Consultation papers Published: 28/06/2018 Last modified: 28/06/2018
    This consultation sets out our proposed package of remedies from the Retirement Outcomes Review. For some of our remedies we are consulting on proposed changes to our rules, for other we are seeking feedback on discussion questions.
  9. CP18/16: Authorised push payment fraud - extending the jurisdiction of the Financial Ombudsman Service

    Consultation papers Published: 26/06/2018 Last modified: 04/07/2018
    This Consultation Paper (CP) sets out proposed changes to our complaints handling rules to reduce the harm experienced by victims of Authorised Push Payment (APP) fraud.
  10. CP18/12 and CP18/13: Consultations on High-cost Credit and on Overdrafts

    Consultation papers Published: 31/05/2018 Last modified: 15/08/2018
    As part of our ongoing review of high-cost credit products, we are publishing our proposed rules and guidance for consultation. We have also identified a number of areas for discussion.