The FSA begins evaluating its study

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has begun evaluating the scope, form and timing of its study into the costs of regulation. The study, which the FSA said would be a major priority in 2005/6, was set out in the regulator's latest Business Plan, published in January this year.

The study will be conducted in partnership with the Financial Services Practitioner Panel. It will pay particular attention to the impact of costs on small firms and on wholesale firms operating in internationally

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