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Financial Conduct Authority or FCA definition

What does Financial Conduct Authority or FCA mean?

The UK financial services regulator, with primary responsibility for the conduct of firms authorised under the FSMA 2000. The FCA is also responsible for the prudential regulation of those firms not regulated by the PRA. The FCA and the PRA together inherited the responsibilities of the previous Financial Services Authority (FSA) in April 2013.

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