The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published final instruments and guidance for firms that will apply in case of a no deal Brexit.
This follows its policy statement outlining near-final rules, which was published in February.
The regulator explained that most of the rules have been made under powers given to the FCA under the EU (Withdrawal) Act and have been approved by the Treasury.
It noted that the final rules are largely unchanged from the near-final version, however the most
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