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Whistleblowing: Implications of the FCA's New Regime

Jamie Rogers

Jamie Rogers,

London

Ellie Rees

19 October 2015
Following recommendations in 2013 by the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") and Prudential Regulatory Authority ("PRA") published new rules on 6 October 2015 in relation to whistleblowing. These rules are set to build on existing good practices within the financial services industry and the new Senior Managers Regime by codifying a set of measures aimed at encouraging employees to blow the whistle on malpractice. Of significance, however, is the fact that the PRA and FCA have decided not to impose a generalised duty on staff of relevant firms to "blow the whistle". Please click here to read more.
Jamie Rogers

Jamie Rogers,

London

Ellie Rees

UK Insurance disruption from the 17th century

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05 September 2016
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