United Kingdom's financial regulator

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Charles Cammiade edited on 5 December, 2017 3:50 pm
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The Financial Conduct Authority regulates along with the Bank of England's Prudential Authority, the UK's financial markets. The FCA was created by Tony Blair's Labour government when FSMA 2002 was passed, creating one unified UK regulator called the Financial Services Authority. The SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission), is considered the US equivalent.

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