'Concerned' about the new regulation
Budgets for £30m Brexit spend
FCA chief Andrew Bailey responds to Nicky Morgan MP
Will consult on penalty payments and enforcement policy
Praised wholesale firms for MiFID II efforts
Sets out key Brexit fears
Senior IA adviser calls for 'heads to roll' at FCA as he labels PRIIPs 'worst piece of financial regulation ever'
Regulation has caused industry debate
'It will burn out in a spectacular crash'
Price moves have been 'remarkable'
Public consultation set to be published in H1 2018
Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'
Global bodies transitioning to new alternatives
Calls for regulatory cohesion
Will be phased out by 2021
‘Deadlines are obviously tight’
Speaking at annual public meeting
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), said he expects to see improved competition within the asset management industry as a result of the regulator's package of 'remedies', which will ultimately lead to lower management...
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