FCA publishes Policy Development Update – Issue 29

The FCA has published its latest Policy Development Update – Issue 29. The Policy Development Update provides information on:

  • publications issued since the last edition
  • information about recent Handbook-related and other developments
  • other publications – consumer publications, guidance consultations and finalised guidance
  • an updated timetable for forthcoming publications

This month the Policy Development Update includes an updated timetable for future publications and links to:

  • Consultation Paper 16/1: Consequential changes to the Senior Managers Regime
  • Consultation Paper 15/44: PSR regulatory fees 2016/17
  • Consultation Paper 15/43: Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II Implementation –
  • Consultation Paper 15/42: Quarterly Consultation Paper No. 11
  • Consultation Paper 15/41: Increasing transparency and engagement at renewal in general insurance markets
  • Policy Statement 15/32: Amendments to Various Forms
  • Policy Statement 15/31: Final Rules on changes to the Approved Persons Regime for insurers not subject to Solvency II
  • Policy Statement 15/30: Strengthening accountability in banking: UK branches of foreign banks (final rules)
  • Policy Statement 15/29: Strengthening accountability in banking: Final amendments to the Decision Procedure and Penalties Manual and the Enforcement Guide
  • Policy Statement 15/28: Capital resources requirements for personal investment firms (PIFs): feedback on CP15/17 and final rules
  • Policy Statement 15/27: Cash savings remedies: Feedback and Policy Statement to CP15/24 and next steps
  • Feedback Statement 15/5: Feedback statement to The FCA’s approach to advancing its objectives

The statement and the full Policy Development Update can be found here.

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