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  1. UK Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (UK SFTR)

    Markets Markets policy Published: 11/03/2020 Last modified: 31/03/2022
    The UK Securities Financing Transactions Regulation (SFTR) introduces requirements to improve transparency and monitor the risks associated with the securities financing transactions market.
  2. Dear CEO LIBOR letter

    Statements Published: 19/09/2018 Last modified: 19/09/2018
    Dear CEO LIBOR letter. Statements First published:. 19/09/2018. Last updated: 19/09/2018. ... actions they are taking to manage transition from LIBOR to alternative interest rate benchmarks.
  3. The future of LIBOR

    Speeches Published: 27/07/2017 Last modified: 27/07/2017
    Speech by Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive of the FCA, at Bloomberg London.
  4. Onshoring and the Temporary Transitional Power

    Firms Published: 30/09/2020 Last modified: 31/03/2022
    Find out how we used the Temporary Transitional Power (TTP), and where it still applies.
  5. FCA statement on LIBOR panels

    Statements Published: 24/11/2017 Last modified: 24/11/2017
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that all 20 of the panel banks have agreed to support the LIBOR benchmark ensuring the sustainability of the rate until 2021.
  6. Transitional provisions and regimes

    Firms Published: 01/10/2020 Last modified: 31/03/2022
    Find out about the transitional provisions and regimes that are operating, following the end of the transition period.
  7. Benchmarks

    Markets Regulated markets Published: 22/04/2016 Last modified: 11/01/2022
    Benchmarks are used in a wide range of markets to help set prices, measure performance, or work out amounts payable under financial contracts – this makes them integral to our strategic objective of ensuring that markets function well.
  8. Market Abuse Regulation

    Markets Market abuse Published: 04/05/2016 Last modified: 25/04/2022
    The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) aims to increase market integrity and investor protection. Find out more about the application and structure of the MAR, market abuse offences and exemptions.
  9. Wealth managers

    Wealth managers Last modified: 25/03/2022
    Wealth managers
  10. UK EMIR library

    Markets Markets policy Published: 24/05/2016 Last modified: 28/04/2022
    To help firms understand their requirements, explore our links to useful information on EU EMIR legislation and UK EMIR legislation.