FCA’s Bailey calls for unity on post-Brexit regulation

Andrew Bailey

The chief executive of the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has called for unity between authorities in the European Union and UK on post-Brexit financial regulation, as uncertainty continues over the shape of future arrangements.

Bailey told a gathering in the City of London on April 24 the UK had already put in place some plans. “But – and it is a big ‘but’ – while it is necessary to have unilateral actions in place for the UK, this is nonetheless a distinctly second-best solution to the UK

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