FCA discussion paper on impact on consumers
The regulator has released a discussion paper on how it intends to assess the impact of its interventions on consumers, firms and markets. The paper outlines why the FCA conducts post-impact evaluation; how specific interventions to study are chosen; and how it seeks to conduct evaluations that are robust, impartial and credible.
Feedback from stakeholders is requested by 1 June 2018.
View the paper at: bit.ly/2H4sTcR
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