FCA: FSMA firms must prepare for SM&CR deadline

On 9 December

Adam Saville
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FCA: FSMA firms must prepare for SM&CR deadline

Regime to extend after rolling out to banks and insurance companies

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is today reminding FSMA authorised firms to start preparing for the onset of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR). After rolling out to banks and insurance firms, the regime will next extend to the 47,000 firms the FCA regulates on 9 December. Aimed at establishing healthy cultures and effective governance in firms by encouraging greater individual accountability and establishing a new standard of personal conduct, senior managers wi...

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