Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA)

Editor's comment: Sants move raises FSA transition concerns

Having been convinced by the Conservative-Liberal coalition to withdraw his resignation and extend his stay once before, the Financial Services Authority chief executive officer Hector Sants' decision to step down in the summer was something of a…

Lawyers respond to Sants' exit from the FSA

Mathew Rutter, regulatory partner at DAC Beachcroft, said that Hector Sants' departure from the Financial Services Authority at the end of June could not come "at a worse time" for regulated firms.

Sants set to quit FSA in June

The chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, Hector Sants, has announced his intention to leave the organisation at the end of June.

Industry associations back Government regulation reform

Insurance and broker associations have welcomed the Government’s proposed regulatory reforms in their consultation responses. However, they have also expressed concern its plans could be too “ambitious” and potentially cause delays.

Broking focus - Regulation: The new broom

The Financial Conduct Authority will assume responsibility for the regulation of brokers taking over from the Financial Services Authority at the end of 2012. The Institute of Insurance Brokers, the British Insurance Brokers' Association and the London &…

PRA reveals approach to insurer regulation

The Bank of England and the Financial Services Authority have published a joint paper that sets out sets out the current thinking on how the future Prudential Regulation Authority will approach the supervision of insurers.

PRA insurance role to be outlined

The Prudential Regulation Authority has been confirmed as the supervisory body for insurance companies with a detailed guide on its work with the industry to be published next month.

More details published on regulatory regime

A new approach to financial regulation: building a stronger system provides further detail on the government’s proposals to reform the framework of financial regulation in the UK.

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