FCA demands asset managers reveal Brexit plans

Impact on staff and operations

Mike Sheen
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How will Brexit impact fund groups?
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How will Brexit impact fund groups?

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has written to the UK's largest asset managers to request detailed information about their contingency plans for the impact of Brexit on their businesses.

In a 30-question letter, the regulator asked firm's for an account of how the UK's departure from the EU will impact their business models, including whether or not UK-based companies are planning to relocate...

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