The regulatory split - Life after the FSA

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Online course

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From 1st April UK significant changes to the way financial services firms are regulated will be implemented. These arrangements are a response to the 2007 financial crisis. This module describes how Financial Services regulation is expected to work following the implementation of the regulatory reforms.

What you will learn

  • Financial Services regulatory arrangements commencing 1 April 2013 
  • Background to the changes in financial services regulation 
  • The Memorandum of Understanding between the FCA and the PRA 
  • Proposed Financial Conduct Authority 
  • Proposed Prudential Regulation Authority 
  • Financial Services Bill 
  • Changes to authorisations 
  • FCA approach to regulation 
  • PRA approach to regulation 
  • Arrangements for Handbooks for the PRA and the FCA 

Who should attend

This course will be of benefit to those who require a practical knowledge of the UK regulatory regime, particularly those working in the field of compliance or associated control functions.

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Content

  • Financial Services regulatory arrangements commencing 1 April 2013 
  • Background to the changes 
  • The structure of the FCA and PRA and the relationship between the two 
  • The FCA and PRA approaches to regulation and the differences between the two 
  • New Handbook arrangements for the PRA and the FCA 
  • Other information relevant to the new regulatory arrangements

Location

Online course

Contacts

BPP
Tel: 0330 060 3303
Email: ldicas@bpp.com

Topics

  • Training courses
  • Corporate and financial reporting
  • Online learning

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