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On 18 April, the FCA published several important documents which, overall, aim to provide greater clarity about how it operates and more transparency about its decision-making. Celyn Armstrong, partner and Katharine Harle, senior associate, at Dentons give their views on the key documents and important themes contained in the documents.
The FCA's Mission gives more clarity about prioritisation of interventions in financial markets.
The product of an event and consultation which 184 firms and individuals participated in, the FCA's stated Mission is "to serve the public interest through the objectives given to it by Parliament".
The Mission document explains: how this will impact on the strategic decisions the FCA takes; the intervention framework behind those decisions; the rationale for its work; and how it chooses the right tools for the job.
In the words of the FCA Chief Executive Andrew Bailey:
"The Mission gives firms and consumers greater clarity about how and why we prioritise, protect and intervene in financial markets."
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