FCA publishes Business Plan 2021/2022

July 14, 2021

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have shared their Business Plan for 2021/2022 with the public.

In the document FCA outline their priorities and areas of focus in regards to consumer and wholesale markets, where amongst other priorities, they highlighted the plan to continue to allocate significant resource to monitor the transactions in financial instruments reported to them.

FCA business plan also suggests streamlining and simplification of pre and post trade transparency rules.

“we will continue our work with the Treasury on legislative and FCA rule changes to simplify the complex rules around pre- and post-trade transparency in securities and derivatives markets”

FCA Business Plan 2021/22

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