Update: FCA launches asset management start-up hub

Aims to encourage competition in industry

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FCA launches asset management start-up hub

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched an asset management authorisation hub, which seeks to encourage competition in the industry by offering better support and guidance on regulation to new entrants into the market.

The launch is the first phase of the hub, which offers guidance to new market enterants via access to pre-application meetings, dedicated case officers and the new website portal, which can be accessed...

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