Working together: We must not let regulators lose sight of aims

Scrutiny is vital

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The Edinburgh Reforms, set out by the government last December, outlined a package of 30 measures designed to boost growth and competitiveness in the UK’s financial services sector.

The Financial Services and Markets Bill, currently going through Parliament, will enable the government to deliver more of the reforms, setting the direction of travel for years to come. That is why it is so important that, as an industry, we are engaged with the government and regulator on shaping future regulation, especially given the urgent need for the FCA to grip the competitiveness agenda, so that we retain our position as a leading, global centre for investment management.    Treasury sets out plans to regulate crypto What is at stake? The UK investment management industry ...

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