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Firms subject to the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR), such as banks, building societies, credit unions, PRA-regulated investment firms and insurers, are required to file a Statement of Responsibilities (SoR) with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) whenever they apply for approval for a person to perform a senior management function under the Senior Managers Regime (SMR). In addition, a revised SoR must be filed if there is a significant change in the responsibilities of a senior manager. This Practice Note summarises the SoR requirements, including the circumstances in which an SoR must be filed and the information it must contain. It also provides some practical points that firms and senior managers should consider before submitting an SoR.
For further information on the SM&CR, including when it was introduced and who it applies to, see Practice Note: SM&CR—one minute guide.
A Statement of Responsibilities is a statement filed with the FCA and PRA, summarising the role, prescribed responsibilities, overall or local responsibilities and other responsibilities of individually named Senior Management Function (SMF) Managers (Senior Managers) appointed under the SM&CR.
Section 60(2A) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA 2000) requires firms applying for approval from the FCA or the PRA for a person to assume and perform an SMF to accompany that
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