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Financial services regulatory updates

Articles on regulation and guidance,from ICAEW's Financial Services Faculty.

Quarterly update on regulatory publications

Amid the rapid twists and turns in UK political life and the UK economy . The following is a list of some regulatory publications or announcements affecting financial services in the last quarter.

Auditing amid economic uncertainty

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On September 23rd, Kwasi Kwarteng, who had been appointed as Chancellor of the Exchequer just 17 days earlier, held what he called a ‘fiscal event’…and quite the event it turned out to be.

How a blow up in the gilt market sent shudders through the system

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We have been through the most extraordinary period of political, economic and market instability, including the replacement of a chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, after less than 40 days in office.

How far could a Big Bang 2.0 go?

Dramatic reforms to financial services regulation are a cornerstone of the government’s strategy to meet its 2.5% growth target.

How is inflation affecting banking?

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Banking’s UK inflation predictions have come thick, fast and as high as a staggering 22%, but far from a casual observer the sector can expect an at best mixed bag of its own side effects from sky high prices.

Banking: All eyes on conduct

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The banking world is moving into a recession-proofing mode at a time that rising interest rates are driving up bank’s income but the UK’s consumers and businesses face 18 per cent inflation forecasts.

The realities of Solvency II reform for insurers

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Details on investment asset risk and allocation are crucial to delivering on general political promises, writes Adam Leach.

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