FCA won’t support post-Brexit deregulation

Author: Lizzie Meager | Published: 26 Oct 2016

The chief executive of the UK’s financial services regulator Andrew Bailey wouldn’t support the loosening of regulation in a post-Brexit world, he said at an event held on October 26.

The FCA doesn't think deregulation is the way to make London more competitiveUnveiling the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) so-called mission for the future, he explained that the regulator aims to be more transparent about the choices it makes going forward. "We have, I think, more tools than any other financial regulator in the...



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