FCA to reach beyond remit in “holistic” authorisation process for non-UK firms
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has told foreign financial institutions it will monitor all their activities, including those that fall outside its remit and non-UK-based business, before granting them a licence to operate in the country.
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