We are consulting further on aspects of the changing Handbooks of rules and guidance to reflect the new UK regulatory structure.
We have already set out our approach to creating the Handbooks of rules and guidance for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), which replace the FSA on 1 April 2013. We have also consulted on changes to the existing FSA Handbook. Most provisions in the FSA Handbook will be adopted (or ‘designated’) by the FCA and PRA into their respective Handbooks, according to each regulator’s scope and powers. . .