Opinion: Remote working – what the FCA expects

Working from home

PKF Littlejohn’s Richard Willshire explores how Financial Conduct Authority rules could impact on home and hybrid working

The FCA has recently published its expectations for remote and hybrid working within regulated businesses, including insurance brokers. How can broking firms balance the desire for greater flexibility in working practices with ensuring that their regulatory requirements continue to be met?

Many broking firms have radically transformed their operating models over the past 18 months by introducing remote or hybrid working for their employees. This has led to numerous benefits for everyone

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