FCA outlines three-year plan to improve outcomes

Regulator staff to be held accountable against new metrics

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The FCA's headquarters in Stratford, London
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The FCA's headquarters in Stratford, London

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set out a three-year strategy to improve outcomes for consumers while saying it would publish and hold itself accountable against outcomes and performance metrics.

The regulator said its three-year strategy would prioritise resources to prevent serious harm, set higher standards and promote competition.  A key strategy within the plan, the watchdog said, w...

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