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Court of Appeal Takes Expansive View of Regulated “Arranging” Activities

This decision shines a spotlight on the activities of unregulated introducers. By Rob Moulton, Nicola Higgs, and Charlotte Collins In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal upheld the FCA’s findings that unregulated introducers had been carrying on regulated activities without permission by persuading individuals to transfer their personal pensions into alternative investment products and … Continue Reading

HM Treasury Consults on Post-EU Financial Services Regulatory Framework

The UK government signals a diversion from the onshored regime towards a more flexible financial services regulatory framework. By Rob Moulton, Anne Mainwaring, and Anna Lewis-Martinez HM Treasury has published a consultation paper marking the start of Phase II of its financial services review, which will focus on the broader regulatory framework for financial services … Continue Reading
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