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Previously called Financial Services Authority Regulation and Risk-based Compliance, the third edition of Financial Services Regulation and Risk-based Compliance provides an analysis of the source and operation of risk-based compliance regulation in the UK Financial Services industry.

With financial services regulation in the UK having undergone significant restructuring since the second edition with the introduction of the FCA and PRA to replace the FSA, this new edition has been extensively rewritten and restructured in response to these changes and covers:

- the history of the development of financial services regulation; the nature and character of regulation; the regulatory reform following the financial crisis

- relevant provisions in the Financial Services and Markets Act and an examination of the structural elements of the UK system of financial regulation

- an analysis of the statutory framework for setting the regulator's objectives and holding the PRA and FCA to account

- international standard setting IOSCO and Basle; the long arm reach of US regulation; arrangements for cross border regulator cooperation

- the regulatory regime for granting authorisation, obtaining , varying and removing business permissions; satisfying FSMA threshold conditions and the responsibility/liability for those that control authorised persons

- the nature of risk in financial services; the relationship between capital and risk; risk assessments, capital requirements

- how rules are made and their legal effect; rule interpretation, formal rules waivers; the rise of and impact of principles based obligations

- PRA and FCA approach to authorised firm supervision; supervisory categories; information gathering and regulatory reporting

- the regulatory requirement for systems and controls and its relationship with corporate governance; setting an appropriate control framework including three lines of defence models; the relationship between risk assessment and good governance

- the compliance function and its regulatory obligations; the relationship between the compliance function, Risk function and Internal Audit

- criminal offences as they apply to the financial sector together with obligations to establish and maintain money laundering systems and controls

- The administrative and criminal law regimes relating to Market abuse including the regulation of Financial benchmarks

- criminal offences as they apply to the financial sector together with obligations to establish and maintain appropriate systems and controls

- analysis of the FCA's role as UK Listing Authority

- conduct risk and the regulation and control of customer facing activity along with analysis of the regulation and control of customer asset custody

- analysis of the regulation and control of CIS and hedge funds

- analysis of the law for authorisation and control of Recognised Investment Exchanges

- the PRA and FCA Senior management and certified person regime for banks and insurers; the Approved Person regime; Training and Competence

- personal responsibility together with administrative and criminal law liability for those persons that work in a Compliance Function including the Compliance Oversight office holder and Money Laundering Reporting Officer

- handling customer complaints and the jurisdiction of FOS; regulatory obligations for handling of non FOS jurisdiction complaints

- regulation by and duties to other bodies and agencies, the SFO, NCA, Financial Markets such as the LSE, the takeover panel and the professions including reference to the banking standards board

- examination of why compliance breakdown may occur; the PRA and FCA statutory powers of investigation and enforcement

- how might regulation and compliance develop, lessons from the past and emerging regulation

Financial Services Regulation and Risk-based Compliance will help all organisations operating in this heavily regulated industry to accurately comply with their legal responsibilities.

BusinessFinance & accountingFinanceBankingBusinessIndustry & industrial studiesService industriesFinancial services industryLawLaws of Specific jurisdictionsFinancial lawBanking lawLawLaws of Specific jurisdictionsFinancial lawFinancial services law & regulation Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 13/04/2023 ISBN-13: 9781526501974  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Stuart Bazley Stuart is a director at Medius Consulting in London and a Visiting Professor in Financial Regulation and Compliance Law at BPP University Law School. Stuart has over 30 years experience working in the financial services industry, including senior roles as and in-house lawyer, General Counsel, Head of Compliance and Money Laundering Reporting Officer. He has also lectured on the law relating to financial regulation and compliance since 1998. Stuart now works as an expert regulatory consultant, advising on market and sales practice compliance, regulatory misconduct and enforcement matters, predominantly for firms operating in the securities, wealth management and corporate banking sectors. Professor Andrew Haynes Andrew is a Professor of Law at the University of Wolverhampton. He is also a visiting Professor of Law at the University of Macau, People's Republic of China and a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. He is also Chairman of the Market Abuse Association. Before joining the University Andrew was employed at the British Bankers Association and Deloitte's in London, as well as at two leading law firms.

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