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  1. Transforming to a forward-looking, proactive regulator

    Speeches Published: 15/07/2021 Last modified: 15/07/2021
    Speech by our CEO, Nikhil Rathi, delivered at the FCA’s Our Role and Business Plan webinar.
  2. FCA consults on use of new powers to support orderly wind down of critical benchmarks

    Press Releases Published: 20/05/2021 Last modified: 20/05/2021
    Today the FCA has published a consultation on its proposed policy framework for exercising two of its new powers under the Benchmarks Regulation (BMR), which will be introduced by the Financial Services Act 2021. These powers relate to the use of
  3. PS15/6: Bringing additional benchmarks into the regulatory and supervisory regime

    Policy statements Published: 10/03/2015 Last modified: 23/03/2015
    LBMA Silver Price. ICE Brent Index. Currently, the London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is the only benchmark we regulate. ... They also affect the administrator of, and submitters to, LIBOR. These changes will be of interest to firms that use these
  4. FCA fines five banks £1.1 billion for FX failings and announces industry-wide remediation programme

    Press Releases Published: 12/11/2014 Last modified: 04/11/2019
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has imposed fines totalling £1,114,918,000 ($1.7 billion) on five banks for failing to control business practices in their G10 spot foreign exchange (FX) trading operations: Citibank N.A. £225,575,000 ($358
  5. The FCA and the Bank of England encourage market participants in a switch to SONIA in the sterling exchange traded derivatives market from 17 June

    Statements Published: 13/05/2021 Last modified: 13/05/2021
    FCA and the Bank of England encourage exchange traded derivatives market participants move to SONIA.
  6. Competition Policy in Financial Markets – the view from the regulators

    Speeches Published: 22/06/2016 Last modified: 22/06/2016
    Speech by Mary Starks, Director of Competition, FCA, delivered at the Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) Conference on 10 June in Norwich.
  7. The FCA and the Bank of England encourage market participants in further switch to SONIA in interest rate swap markets

    Statements Published: 28/09/2020 Last modified: 28/09/2020
    FCA and Bank of England support and encourage liquidity providers in the sterling swaps market to adopt new quoting conventions for inter-dealer trading based on SONIA instead of LIBOR from 27 October this year.
  8. The FCA and the Bank of England encourage market participants in a switch to SONIA in the sterling non-linear derivatives market from 11 May

    Statements Published: 29/03/2021 Last modified: 29/03/2021
    Following close engagement with market participants, the FCA and Bank of England support and encourage liquidity providers in the sterling non-linear derivatives market to adopt new quoting conventions for inter-dealer trading based on SONIA instead
  9. Barclays fined £26m for failings surrounding the London Gold Fixing and former Barclays trader banned and fined for inappropriate conduct

    Press Releases Published: 23/05/2014 Last modified: 24/03/2015
    Plunkett's actions came the day after the publication of our LIBOR and EURIBOR action against Barclays. ... provide adequate specific training to precious metals desk staff in relation to their participation in the Gold Fixing; and.
  10. CP21/15: Benchmarks Regulation: how we propose to use our powers over use of critical benchmarks

    Consultation papers Published: 20/05/2021 Last modified: 29/09/2021
    We are consulting on how we propose using two new powers introduced through amendments to the Benchmarks Regulation (BMR) under the Financial Services Act 2021 (FS Act).