FCA Supervisory flexibility on RTS 27 reports

On March 19, the FCA announced temporary measures with respect to RTS 27 reports and 10% depreciation notifications. 


RTS 27

The FCA will not take action against firms who do not produce RTS 27 reports for the rest of 2021. They are also preparing a consultation of the RTS 27 reporting obligation with a view to removing it given concerns around the value the reports bring and the burden involved in producing them.


10% depreciation notifications

Similar to the consultation of the RTS 27 reporting requirements, the FCA are preparing to evaluate on the effectiveness of the 10% depreciation notification requirement. Consequently, they are extending the temporary measures on the requirement for firms to issue 10% depreciation notifications to investors (COBS 16A.4.3 UK) until the end of 2021. 

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FCA market watch 66 - Market conduct and transaction reporting issues


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FCA statement on the operation of the MiFID markets regime post-Brexit


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