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News stories First published: 18/09/2020 Last updated: 18/09/2020

The Financial Services Regulatory Initiatives Forum has today issued the second edition of the Regulatory Initiatives Grid.

Upcoming work in the latest iteration includes the LIBOR transition and ongoing work to prepare the financial services sector for the end of the EU exit transition period.

Also included are Government reviews, including the payments landscape review and the future regulatory framework review.

The first edition of the Grid, which aims to give firms a clear idea of upcoming regulatory work, was published in May.

The Forum is comprised of the Bank of England (including the Prudential Regulation Authority), Financial Conduct Authority, Payment Systems Regulator and Competition and Markets Authority, with HM Treasury attending as an observer member.

The update also includes upcoming initiatives by the Pensions Regulator and the Information Commissioner’s Office, which have both joined the Forum.

See the Regulatory Initiatives Grid.

 

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