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The UK top financial market watchdog is proposing a three-month payment freeze among other measures designed to help people ride out the COVID-19 storm.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has told banks, building societies and credit unions that they need to carefully consider which of their workers should be able to work remotely in order to deal with COVID-19 appropriately.
Money saving app Chip has been approved by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as an authorised payment institution.
RegTech company MAP FinTech has unveiled its latest offering to help businesses comply with market abuse regulations.
A global pandemic sweeping over the globe may have caused the UK to shut down everything but the most essential services, but the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) still plans businesses to stick to the LIBOR shutdown timetable.
Many financial services firms have been gearing up to publish their financial statements. But now the UK’s financial markets watchdog tells them to wait for at least two weeks.
As everyone from challenger banks to regulators are dealing with the global COVID-19 outbreak, the UK’s financial watchdog has given insurance companies a clear indication how they should conduct themselves during the crisis.
From: RegTech Analyst The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is reviewing the use and value of data and advanced analytics in wholesale financial markets, both now and...
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has asked British businesses about what they think about new proposals outlining climate-related disclosure requirements for companies.