- Exploring the PRA’s proposals on accountability, whistleblowing and remuneration
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- What are the main proposals set out in the PRA consultations and what do the new rules say?
- What should firms be doing to prepare for the new rules and proposals and what advice should lawyers be giving?
Financial Services analysis: Charlotte Henry, senior associate at Norton Rose Fulbright, explains the latest Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) proposals around accountability, whistleblowing and remuneration and what firms and lawyers should be doing and warns that firms could find that the implementation of these changes comes suddenly upon them.
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