- Final FCA rules for price comparison websites
- What are the key changes brought about by the coming into force of the FCA’s new rules on price comparison sites?
- What problems are the new rules trying address? How successful do you think the new rules will be in doing so?
- Have there been any challenges for firms in preparing for the introduction of the new rules? Do you foresee there being any ongoing challenges once the new rules are introduced?
- What does all this mean for lawyers and their clients? What should they be doing next?
- How does this fit in with other developments in this area of law? Do you have any predictions for future developments?
Financial Services analysis: The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published its final rules for price comparison websites in its policy statement (PS 16/15), which came into force on 1 December 2016. Ian Norman, partner, and Rajiv Agarwal, regulatory advisor, at Lightfoots LLP, examine and assess the key changes, their likely success, as well as the challenges that lie ahead.
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