The FSA will become the FCA

2013 is not just the year that RDR comes into effect – it is also the year that the Financial Services Authority becomes the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Although there are many arguments about how the FCA will affect financial services legislation, one area it will affect is your documentation. Any stationery, disclosure documents or promotions will need to be changed to reflect the new regulator, so you may want to consider how much stock you order now to ensure that the minimum of cost is incurred. For network members, the revised documents will all need to be reviewed and approved prior to use.

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