FCA and PRA push Brexit changes as transition end-date approaches
The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority is encouraging riskier EU banks to establish local subsidiaries rather than branches after Brexit, in a new guide to its approach to international firms – while the Prudential Regulation Authority has issued changes to its binding technical standards and rulebook as the transition nears its end.
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