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12th October 2018
The FCA consults on its approach ahead of the UK’s exit from the EU
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today published two consultation papers, setting out its proposals in the event the UK leaves the European Union on 29th March, 2019, without an implementation period. It also set out its approach to the regulation of Credit Rating Agencies, Trade Repositories and Data Reporting Services Providers.
The two consultation papers focus on:
• Amendments to the FCA Handbook and Binding Technical Standards (detailed EU rules which the FCA will have responsibility for after exit) resulting from leaving the EU, and the FCA’s approach after Brexit to EU non-legislative material.
• The Temporary Permissions Regime, which will allow EEA firms and funds passporting into the UK to continue operating here for a limited period after Brexit while seeking full UK authorisation.
The FCA is working to ensure as smooth a transition as possible as the UK prepares to leave the European Union and these consultations are an important part of this work.
Nausicaa Delfas, Executive Director of International at the FCA said: ”The FCA is planning to be ready for a range of scenarios. We are publishing two consultation papers to ensure that in the event the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 without an implementation period, we have a robust regulatory regime from day one, and to ensure a smooth transition for EEA firms and funds currently passporting into the UK.
"This is consistent with our aim to provide certainty and confidence for firms operating in the UK. We welcome engagement from across the sector, as we continue with our preparations for Brexit.”
Both consultations are open until 7th December, 2018. The FCA is keen to hear from the widest possible range of stakeholders across sectors, including industry bodies and consumer groups.