01 April 2021
8 min read
Director | Regulatory change and conduct SME | London
Director | Finance, risk and compliance | London
The PRA and FCA operational resilience policy statements provide much needed clarity. They also mark the start of a countdown to compliance that is fast approaching. Read our analysis and what it means for FS businesses.
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Operational resilience: FCA
and PRA policy statements
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