FCA consultation paper tracker—2019
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The following Financial Services practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • FCA consultation paper tracker—2019

FCA consultation paper tracker—2019

This tracker sets out the consultation papers published by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in 2019, along with the publication of any subsequent rules and guidance. For details of FCA consultation papers from other years, see: FCA consultation paper tracker.

For details of Prudential Regulation authority (PRA) and Financial Services Authority (FSA) consultation papers, see:

  1. PRA consultation paper tracker

  2. FSA consultation paper tracker

Topic areaConsultation PaperDescriptionPublication dateEnd of consultation periodPolicy Statement/Handbook Notice
Conduct requirements
Brexit
Authorisation, approval and supervision
Enforcement and redresss
CP19/33: Quarterly Consultation No 26The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published Quarterly Consultation Paper No 26 (CP19/23), in which it consults on proposed miscellaneous amendments to the FCA Handbook.6 December 20196 January 2020 for chapters 3, 7 and 8
6 February 2020 for chapters 2, 4, 5 and 6
Handbook Notice 73 (31 January 2020)

Handbook Notice 75 (27 March 2020)

Handbook Notice 76 (1 May 2020)
Risk management and controlsCP19/32: Building operational resilience: impact tolerances for important business servicesThe Bank of England (BoE), the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have published a shared policy summary and co-ordinated consultation papers (CPs) on new requirements to strengthen operational resilience in the financial services sector. The PRA has also published a related CP on outsourcing and third-party risk management. The CPs (FCA’s CP, PRA’s CP on
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