The FCA's sixth annual diversity report outlines the FCA's work and research on all aspects of diversity. Diversity and inclusion are central to how the FCA acts, both as an employer and as a regulator.
The FCA reports on how it delivered against its competition objective across financial services. You’ll find sections on identifying potential harm, diagnosing the cause of harm, choosing remedies to address harms and measuring our impact in 2018/19.
This overview of the FCA's enforcement activities during 2018/19 is based on its commitment to strengthen financial markets and keep them working well, so that consumers are protected and can use them with confidence.
The FCA strives to make the UK’s financial sector a tough target by ensuring that the firms it regulates establish and maintain effective systems and controls for countering the risk of being exploited by criminals.
One way in which we measure the costs of our regulation, and are transparent about these costs, is through the reporting requirements in the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 as amended by the Enterprise Act 2016 (the Act).