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  1. Coronavirus and customers in temporary financial difficulty: draft updated guidance for insurance and premium finance firms

    Policy and guidance Guidance consultations Published: 24/07/2020 Last modified: 24/07/2020
    We propose to extend the guidance for insurance and premium finance firms for a further three months, until 31 October 2020
  2. FS20/12: Intergenerational differences: summary of responses and next steps [pdf]

    Feedback statements Published: 22/07/2020
    This feedback statement sets out our approach following the discussion paper on intergenerational differences we published last year.
  3. CP20/12: Delay to the implementation of the European Single Electronic Format [pdf]

    Consultation papers Published: 22/07/2020
    We are set out proposed rule changes to postpone by 1 year the mandatory European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) requirements for annual financial reporting under the Transparency Directive (TD).|We are set out proposed rule changes to postpone by the mandatory European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) requirements for annual financial reporting...
  4. CP20/12: Consultation on delay to the implementation of the European Single Electronic Format

    Consultation papers Published: 22/07/2020 Last modified: 22/07/2020
    We are consulting on proposals to delay the implementation of the European Single Electronic Format.
  5. CP20/11: Complaints against the Regulators (The Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England) [pdf]

    Consultation papers Published: 20/07/2020
    CP20/11: Complaints against the Regulators (The Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England).
  6. CP20/11: Complaints against the Regulators (The Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England)

    Consultation papers Published: 20/07/2020 Last modified: 20/07/2020
    We are proposing a revised version of our Complaints Scheme which is more user friendly, using plain language to make it more accessible. This is a joint consultation with the Bank of England (the Bank) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), as the Scheme covers all three regulators.
  7. CP20/10: Extending implementation deadlines for the Certification Regime and Conduct Rules [pdf]

    Consultation papers Published: 17/07/2020 Last modified: 20/07/2020
    FCA consultation on extending the deadlines by which FCA solo-regulated firms must have first assessed the fitness and propriety of their Certified Staff and for training staff in the Conduct Rules and reporting Directory Person data.|FCA consultation on extending the deadlines by which FCA solo-regulated firms must have first assessed the fitness...
  8. CP20/10: Extending implementation deadlines for the Certification Regime and Conduct Rules

    Consultation papers Published: 17/07/2020 Last modified: 24/07/2020
    We are consulting on extending the deadlines by which FCA solo-regulated firms must have first assessed the fitness and propriety of their Certified Staff and for training staff in the Conduct Rules and reporting Directory Person data.
  9. GC20/2: Branch and ATM closures or conversions [pdf]

    Guidance consultations Published: 16/07/2020
    We are consulting because for many people and small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) access to cash and cash-related services (such as making in-person payments or deposits) continues to be important for everyday activities, and these will continue to be needed in the longerterm.
  10. GC20/2: Branch and ATM closures or conversions

    Policy and guidance Guidance consultations Published: 16/07/2020 Last modified: 16/07/2020
    These proposals set out our expectations that firms should carefully consider the impact of a planned closure or conversion of physical sites on their customers’ everyday banking and needs for access to cash, and what alternatives they could make available.