The Role of the Financial Conduct Authority in 2017 and Beyond

Chair:

Craig Williams MP, Parliamentary Private Secretary to David Gauke, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Speaker:

Andrew Bailey, Chief Executive Officer, The Financial Conduct Authority


Date:

Monday, May 08, 2017

Time:

7:00 PM

Location:

House of Commons

IPT Event Contact:
Azed Butt

Azed Butt

Events Officer

0207 839 9415

IPT Dinner Discussion

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulates the conduct of more than 56,000 financial businesses in the UK. The success of financial markets continues to have a fundamental impact on us all and the FCA’s role in regulating to help create fair, honest and well functioning markets remains imperative. The FCA’s recently published mission statement sets out the authority’s future plans and how it can make the biggest difference in making markets work well now and in the future. This dinner discussion will: 

  • Hear from the FCA on the issues and objectives the authority will focus on in 2017
  • Consider how the FCA’s statement will work to protect consumers and financial markets whilst promoting competition in the UK
  • Discuss how the Government can best support the interaction between financial regulation and public policy. 
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