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The £30m Brexit bill: How the FCA’s costs break down

The FCA has announced that it expects to incur £30m in costs over Brexit. The regulator’s business plan this morning shows that the bill, which is equivalent to just under 6 per cent of its total operating budget, will be funded in a variety of ways, including through reserves, reprioritisation of work and extra levies […]

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FCA moots new rules for fund objectives

The FCA has published a further consultation on how information on funds can be made clearer. In a highly anticipated policy statement published today, the FCA has set out the next steps to solve some key concerns it found within the investment industry following a widespread sector review. In July, the FCA released the findings of the […]

How to keep your discretionary advice arm watertight

The onus on firms to meet the FCA’s increasing expectation should not be underestimated Effective systems and controls are crucial for advice firms in managing risk and delivering good client outcomes. It is an area the regulator is continually looking for firms to strengthen, through changes such as Mifid II. Indeed, the onus on firms […]

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Neptune video: UK economy: a sustainable recovery?

After years of a slowly brewing economic recovery, the UK has seen a strong rise in growth in recent months. Mark Martin, manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses the strength of this recovery and whether it is sustainable.

In the video, Martin addresses the following:

• Structural features supporting the UK economy
• UK mid-caps and the potential for M&A activity
• Valuations and opportunities in house builders

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