FCA devotes more than 300,000 man-hours to Brexit

UK missed today's Brexit 'deadline'

Hannah Godfrey
The FCA spent 316,000 hours on Brexit activity since April 2017

The FCA spent 316,000 hours on Brexit activity since April 2017

The number of man-hours the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has dedicated to Brexit has gone well past the 300,000 mark, Investment Week's sister title Professional Adviser has learned.

A freedom of information (FOI) request submitted by PA found that, since April 2017, when it first sought funds from the industry for Brexit, through to the end of February this year, the FCA spent 316,000...

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