FCA: Five asset management trends threatening financial stability

Annual review of the sector

Mike Sheen
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The FCA identified outsourcing, the growing use of sophisticated technology and liquidity levels as issues it is actively monitoring
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The FCA identified outsourcing, the growing use of sophisticated technology and liquidity levels as issues it is actively monitoring

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has highlighted five trends within the investment management sector it warns could "threaten stability and resilience" of financial markets.

In its annual review of the sector, published on Thursday (10 January), the FCA identified outsourcing, the growing use of sophisticated technology and liquidity levels as issues it is actively monitoring....

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