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  1. Moving your firm to RegData

    Registers and systems Published: 22/06/2020 Last modified: 22/01/2021
    RegData will be our new data collection platform for gathering regulatory data from firms. It will replace our current system Gabriel and make it easier for firms to submit their data.
  2. Apply to become a small payment institution (SPI) or a small EMI

    New firm authorisation Electronic money and payment institutions Published: 12/05/2015 Last modified: 29/07/2020
    Find out how to become a small payment institution or a small EMI.
  3. News

    Last modified: 17/02/2021
    Latest news from FCA
  4. Firm details

    Tasks for regulated firms Published: 07/05/2015 Last modified: 08/09/2020
    Firm details are the basic facts we hold about your firm and publish on the Financial Services Register. You can keep it up to date online using Connect.
  5. Deposit and savings protection

    Consumers Know your rights Published: 18/04/2016 Last modified: 10/02/2021
    How to ensure your money is protected if a bank, building society or credit union goes bust.
  6. Credit intermediary firms

    New firm authorisation Published: 29/04/2020 Last modified: 01/10/2020
    A guide on what you need to do before applying to us for authorisation as a credit intermediary firm.
  7. Privacy notice

    Last modified: 18/12/2020
    Our privacy notice explains how and why we use your personal data.
  8. National Storage Mechanism

    Markets Published: 04/05/2016 Last modified: 15/01/2021
    Find out what we store in the National Storage Mechanism (NSM) and how you can access regulated announcements and disclosed documents.
  9. UK EMIR news

    Markets policy Published: 25/05/2016 Last modified: 18/01/2021
    Read our archive of news relating to EMIR dating back to August 2013.
  10. Money laundering registration

    Tasks for regulated firms Published: 22/02/2016 Last modified: 06/08/2020
    Money laundering regulations give the FCA responsibility for supervising the anti-money laundering controls of businesses that offer certain services.