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A number of the members of our Financial Services team in London have experience of working at the Financial Conduct Authority and in our latest briefing note, they discuss the insights that their different experiences at the regulator have provided and how we translate that to advising clients across the full spectrum of financial services

On 30 January 2024, the Bank of England (the Bank) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) published Policy Statement PS1/24 which sets out a revised approach to enforcement for both PRA firms and financial market infrastructure firms. It followed Consultation Paper CP9/23 published in May 2023. There is now a new consolidated Bank

On 7 February 2024 the FCA published a letter to all regulated Lloyd’s managing agents, London market insurers and Lloyd’s and London market brokers and MGAs (dated 6 February 2024), requesting information relating to incidents of non-financial misconduct. Culture and non-financial misconduct clearly remain focus areas for the FCA. 

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In our latest Regulation Tomorrow podcast, Senior Knowledge Lawyer Catherine Pluck is joined by Senior Associate Rebecca Dulieu and Associate Lizzie Cox, both of whom specialise in regulatory investigations and enforcement, to discuss reporting obligations under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA), in particular how to draft and submit good quality

The response to, and the management of, a skilled person review can be challenging, costly and time consuming for firms. In our latest briefing note we set out some key points for firms to consider when dealing with a skilled person review requirement imposed by the FCA or PRA, from the initial stages of negotiating