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Showing 81 to 90 of 334 search results for Powers in relation to LIBOR.

  1. Memorandum of understanding between the Competition and Markets Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority – concurrent competition powers [pdf]

    Memorandums of understanding Published: 07/08/2019 Last modified: 07/08/2019
    This memorandum of understanding sets out working arrangements between the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) and Financial Conduct Authority in relation to competition in the financial services sector. There is a separate memorandum of
  2. Future into focus

    Speeches Published: 19/09/2013 Last modified: 19/09/2013
    Speech by Martin Wheatley, Chief Executive, the FCA, at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) conference, London. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ from the delivered version.
  3. Chairman’s speech

    Speeches Published: 18/07/2013 Last modified: 18/07/2013
    Speech by FCA Chairman, John Griffith-Jones, at the Annual Public Meeting, London. This is the text of the speech as drafted, which may differ from the delivered version.
  4. UK SFTR reporting obligation

    Markets Published: 11/03/2020 Last modified: 04/01/2021
    All counterparties must report details of the securities financing transactions (SFTs) they have concluded, modified or terminated to a registered or recognised trade repository (TR) under EU Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR)
  5. So long LIBOR – 3 weeks to go

    Speeches Published: 10/12/2021 Last modified: 10/12/2021
    Speech by Edwin Schooling Latter, FCA Director of Markets and Wholesale Policy and Wholesale Supervision, delivered at delivered at Risk.net’s LIBOR telethon.
  6. Transaction reporting

    Markets Transaction reporting Published: 30/05/2016 Last modified: 11/11/2021
    We use transaction reports to detect and investigate suspected market abuse, and for conduct supervision purposes and to support the work of other regulatory authorities.
  7. Cryptoassets: AML / CTF regime

    Tasks for regulated firms Published: 24/10/2019 Last modified: 11/11/2021
    From 10 January 2020, the FCA will be the anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing (AML/CTF) supervisor of UK cryptoassets businesses under the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer)
  8. Rights of victims

    Complaints and compensation Report a firm Published: 05/04/2016 Last modified: 26/05/2020
    If you are a potential victim in a criminal case the FCA is investigating, find out what you can expect from us.
  9. FCA statement on EU withdrawal

    Statements Published: 20/12/2017 Last modified: 20/12/2017
    HM Treasury has also announced today that it will provide the FCA with functions and powers in relation to UK and non-UK credit rating agencies and trade repositories.
  10. Business Plan 2021/22

    Business plans Published: 15/07/2021 Last modified: 19/08/2021
    Our Business Plan 2021/22 explains how we see our future role and priorities, how we intend to deliver them and how we will measure our performance.