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What is FCA Handbook?

The FCA Handbook sets out rules, guidance and other provisions that apply to anyone offering financial services in the UK; including banks, insurers and intermediaries. Key features of the handbook include:

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The overarching requirements which all authorised firms and approved persons must comply with. These include, but not limited to, the Principles for Businesses (PRIN), Systems & Controls (SYSC), Threshold Conditions (COND), Statements of Principle and Code of Practice for Approved Persons (APER) and Fit & Proper test for Approved Persons (FIT).


The prudential requirements that affect firms taking on balance sheet risk e.g. banks and insurers, rather than intermediaries that offer sales and distribution of financial products. These standards include a general prudential sourcebook, as well as sourcebooks which are relevant to specific sectors. However these need to be read in conjuntion with PRA rulebook.


Regulatory expectations around the day-to-day compliance activities that the business must have in place. These include; Conduct of Business (COBS), Insurance Conduct of Business (ICOBS), Mortgages & Home Finance Conduct of Business (MCOBS), Banking Conduct of Business (BCOBS), Client Assets (CASS) and Market Conduct (MAR).

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