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FCA ponders UK rules post-Brexit

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A conversation is beginning around the future of the UK’s regulatory regime post-Brexit, with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) talking about adopting a broader outcomes-based approach and is even questioning disclosure levels.

Jonathan Master believes there is some scope for the EU to accept the UK taking an outcomes-based approach in terms of equivalence rulings but warns that politics could influence any decision.

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First published by Global Risk Regulator on December 2 2019, written by Editor, Justin Pugsley