19 December 2019
5 min read
Director | Regulatory change and conduct SME | London
Partner | Financial services | London
In the second in our series on the recent FCA, PRA, and BoE consultation papers on operational resilience, we look at the key points of a number of proposals within the paper. We also review the timeline for implementation.
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