Governance & Reporting

FCA consumer duty rules may force some UK banks to review business models

By Kareline Daguer
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The duty applies to all firms providing financial services and products to retail consumers and will come into force in July 2023 for most products, and one year later for closed books products. It is a very material piece of regulatory reform that is likely to have ramifications for the ...

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