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  1. Retail Investments Product Sales Data (PSD) Tables 2017 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 23/10/2018
    The FCA collects data from the firms it regulates on what products they are selling. Firms operating in the retail investments sector submit product transaction data to us quarterly. These tables are for 2018.
  2. Mortgages Product Sales Data (PSD) Tables 2018 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 23/10/2018
    The FCA collects data from the firms it regulates on what products they are selling. Firms operating in the mortgages sector submit product transaction data to us quarterly. These tables are for 2018.
  3. Trade repositories conversion form [docx]

    Forms Published: 22/10/2018
    Draft form
  4. Occasional Paper 46: Fixing the Fix? Assessing the Effectiveness of the 4pm Fix [pdf]

    Occasional papers Published: 22/10/2018
  5. Position limits for commodity derivative contracts [xlsx]

    Data Published: 22/10/2018
    Full list of contract names and VPCs of aggregated contracts
  6. UK actions under MiFID II Articles 32 and 52 [xlsx]

    Data Published: 22/10/2018
    Publication of UK FCA actions (suspensions, removals and restorations) under MiFID article 32 and 52.
  7. Research Note: On the representativeness of the LBMA Silver Price [pdf]

    Research Published: 22/10/2018
  8. Research Note: on the representativeness of the LBMA Silver Price

    Data and research Research Published: 22/10/2018 Last modified: 22/10/2018
    The main benchmark for silver, the LBMA Silver Price, underwent changes in its methodology in August 2014 and became regulated in April 2015. In this Research Note, we assess the representativeness of the benchmark from March 2017 to September 2017.
  9. Evaluation Paper 18/2: the impact of bringing additional benchmarks into the regulatory and supervisory regime [pdf]

    Corporate documents Published: 22/10/2018
  10. Occasional Paper No. 46: Fixing the Fix? Assessing the Effectiveness of the 4pm Fix

    Occasional papers Published: 22/10/2018 Last modified: 22/10/2018
    We examine the design and effectiveness of the 4pm Fix, the most important benchmark in FX markets, using a unique dataset of trader identified orderbook data from an inter-dealer venue. We propose and examine new measures of benchmark quality and examine changes to market liquidity and trader behaviour.