FCA Handbook Notice No. 72

On 13 December 2019, the FCA published Handbook Notice No 72, which takes into account the Handbook changes of 21 November and 12 December 2019.

On 21 November, the FCA Board made relevant changes to the Handbook listed under Conduct of Business (‘Speculative Illiquid Securities’) Instrument (FCA 2019/99)

  • Glossary 
  • COBS 4.7, 9.3, 9A.2 and 4.14

 

On 12 December, the FCA Board also made relevant changes to:

1. Conduct of Business Sourcebook (‘Platform Switching’) Instrument 2019

  • COBS 6.1H

 

2. Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (‘Miscellaneous Amendments’) Instrument 2019

  • SUP 15 Annex 6AR, 15 Annex 6CR, 15 Annex 6DR, 15 Annex 6ED and 15 Annex 6FG

 

3. Listing Rules and Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules (‘Miscellaneous Amendments No 2’) Instrument 2019

  • Glossary
  • COCON 3.1
  • APER 3.1
  • DEPP 6.2
  • LR 9.8, 15.6, Appendix 1.1, Appendix 2, TR 11 and TR 13
  • DTR 4.1, 7.1, 7.2, TP 1 and Appendix 1

 

4. Fees (‘Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision’) (No 3) Instrument 2019

  • FEES 4 Appendix 2

 

The FCA has issued a Consultation Feedback, published under Chapter 3 of this Notice, or in separate Policy Statements.

Firms should review the data available in this Notice and are advised to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the FCA’s actions, by reference to Risk and Compliance Functions, ensuring that Senior Management /Executive Teams, Board and Audit and Risk Committee Members are appraised, with Risk and Compliance Teams monitoring ongoing developments in this area.

 

Further information:
To read more, please follow this link:
https://www.fca.org.uk/publication/handbook/handbook-notice-72.pdf

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FCA Handbook Notice No. 72

FCA Handbook Notice No. 72