The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has unveiled an industry-wide discussion paper on whether further regulatory intervention may be needed to protect consumers in open-ended funds investing in illiquid assets, and ensure market stability.
It said it will draw on responses received by 8 May, together with further supervisory work, to decide whether changes need to be made to Handbook rules and guidance. The regulator said it does not...
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