Chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Andrew Bailey has called for the UK to maintain close regulatory alignment and equivalence with the EU post-Brexit, in order to preserve open financial markets and consumer protection standards.
Bailey insisted this should be achieved through a new "framework" in which the UK would have a say in evolving regulatory standards so the country is not relegated to the role of "rule taker". Brexit Blog:...
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