FCA set to almost double minimum fee

From £1,151 to £2,200

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FCA set to almost double minimum fee

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) wants to raise the minimum fee paid by financial services firms to cover the increased costs of regulation.

In a consultation pubished on (30 November), the body outlined its plans to increase the minimum fee from £1,151 to £2,200, which would "better reflect the costs associated with the authorisation and supervision of 51,000 firms throughout the UK." The minimum fee was set at £1,000 in 2010/11, and has grown to £1,151 over the last decade. It was frozen at that level last year to protect the smallest firms during the pandemic. The regulator has calculated the new minimum fee after factori...

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