Government takes next step in reform of FSA


The Treasury said the White Paper had been extensively informed by the responses to the government's last round of consultation in February, and contained a number of new policy proposals which have been developed in light of stakeholder feedback.

The developments included: a specific statutory objective governing the Prudential Regulation Authority's responsibilities for the insurance sector; an updated and enhanced competition regime under the Financial Conduct Authority; and steps to

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