Financial Stability

FCA floats idea of simplifying UK listing regime

By Justin Pugsley
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Companies listing on the UK stock market would only need to meet one set of criteria with the option to opt into further obligations, according to a proposal from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which is aiming to make the country’s listing regime more attractive.

On May 26, the FCA ...

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