Industry backs 'need for a reset' of UK listings regime

FCA speech

Cristian Angeloni
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Players within the financial services industry have backed the Financial Conduct Authority’s reform of the UK listings regime, calling for a “need to reset”.

In a speech at the Westminster Business Forum on Tuesday (6 February), FCA director of market oversight Clare Cole said the regulator has heard from participants "across the market ecosystem" urging for changes to the UK listings structure. Deep Dive: FCA private market review a 'wake-up call' for asset managers The UK listings regime reforms were first unveiled in December 2023 alongside a consultation paper, which will remain open for submissions until 22 March 2024. The document comprised the "first tranche" of the new rulebook, outlining the main rules, with the second part exp...

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