The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has hired additional general and legal staff ahead of what chief executive Andrew Bailey called a 'tight' Brexit deadline.
Bailey (pictured) said the the associated repeal legislation had proved the most work, prompting the regulator to hire extra general and legal staff to go through "thousands of pages of EU legislation...
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