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Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2014
CII syllabus for R01 Financial services, regulations and ethics 2013-14
Research | 25 Feb 2014
Consumer credit regulation is moving on 1 April 2014, from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Following earlier consultations on its overall approach and specific aspects of the regulation, the FCA has now published the detailed rules and guidance on ...
Lectures | 01 Nov 1998
The new system of financial regulation. Lecture delivered by Mark Boléat (Director General, Association of British Insurers) on 25 November 1998.
Technical articles | 02 Oct 2013
The world of regulation and legislation is ever changing, so to help keep you up-to-date with developments, our new Regulatory Radar will cover the latest news from regulators and legislators, both in the UK and Europe.
Research | 18 Sep 2013
The Director of the Financial Conduct Authority's policy, risk and research division describes in more detail the regulator's new product intervention strategy.
Technical articles | 26 Jul 2013
With the FCA now more than halfway through its first year, Richard Hobbs looks at whether repurposing UK conduct regulation is really possible...
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2013
CII syllabus for R01 Financial services, regulations and ethics 2012-13
Syllabuses | 01 Jun 2013
CII syllabus for CF1 UK financial services, regulation and ethics 2012-13
Research | 18 Apr 2013
A new regulatory regime has been established in the UK. Following the passage of the Financial Services Act 2012, the ground was set for the abolition of the Financial Services Authority and the creation of three new regulatory bodies: the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulat...

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