FCA to expand UK footprint as part of new strategy


The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority will establish a presence in Wales and Northern Ireland for the first time, it announced in its business plan.

The plan, published today (July 15), sets out the FCA’s strategic agenda between now and the end of 2022. New goals include tilting the regulatory framework to take account of environmental considerations, improving levels of diversity and inclusion, and bolstering consumer protection. 

It says the FCA will consult on whether to change how it takes

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