FCA consultation paper tracker—2017
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Last updated on 23/03/2021

The following Financial Services practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • FCA consultation paper tracker—2017

FCA consultation paper tracker—2017

This tracker sets out the consultation papers published by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in 2017, 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
Authorisation, approval and supervision
Fees and levies
Payment systems and services
CP17/44: PSR regulatory feesThe Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) and the FCA published a consultation and decision paper setting out its policy decision on the way it will collect its regulatory fees in 2018/19 and in subsequent years, and consulting further on its proposed fees allocation method.15 December 201726 January 2018PS expected Summer 2018
Handbook Notice 53 (23 March 2018)
CP18/8: PSR regulatory fees (23 March 2018)
Consumer credit, mortgage and home finance
FCA conduct requirements
CP17/43: Credit card market study: Persistent debt and earlier intervention remedies—feedback on CP17/10 and further consultationThe consultation derives from the FCA findings in its July 2016 credit card market study, in which the FCA set out significant concerns about the scale, extent and nature of problem credit card debt and firms’ limited incentives to reduce this. The consultation:
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conduct-authority'>Financial Conduct Authority which succeeded the FSA and is responsible for ensuring the relevant markets function well, for the conduct supervision of firms not supervised by the Prudential Regulation authority, protecting consumers and promoting competition

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