Law360, London (Aug 6, 2021, 3:04 p.m. BST) – The financial watchdog on Friday presented proposed disclosure rules that UK licensed investment firms will have to follow as part of a future prudential regime for the industry, which aims to stimulate competition and ensure that businesses can fail without causing disruption.

The Financial Conduct Authority has said the planned disclosure requirements for investment firms will apply from January 2022. The proposals will come into effect as part of the forthcoming prudential regime for investment firms, which will require firms to sector that they maintain sufficient capital and have adequate risk controls.

Large investment firms must disclose information to the regulator on their risk management and …

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