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Financial Services Authority (Great Britain)

LC control 98104366
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingFinancial Services Authority (Great Britain)
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Variant(s)Great Britain. Financial Services Authority
FSA (Regulatory commission)
See alsoPredecessor: Securities and Investments Board (Great Britain)
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Predecessor: Registry of Friendly Societies (Great Britain)
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Predecessor: Financial Conduct Authority (Great Britain)
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Successor: Bank of England. Prudential Regulation Authority
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Biography/History noteThe Financial Services Authority (FSA) was a quasi-judicial body responsible for the regulation of the financial services industry in the United Kingdom, dissolved in April 2013.
Beginning date1997-10
Ending date2013-04
Field of activityFinancial services industry -- Law and legislation
Found inIts Annual report, 1997/98: cover (FSA, Financial Services Authority) p. 4 (Securities and Investments Board was renamed Financial Services Authority in October 1997)
Wikipedia, viewed 9 September 2013 (FSA was dissolved in April 2013; its responsibilities were split between two new agencies the Bank of England Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority)
Not found inRegistry of Friendly Societies. Report of the Chief Registrar 2000-2001: foreword (midnight on 30 November 2001, on the full entry into force of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA), the responsibilities and powers of the Central Office of the Registry and those of the Assistant Registrar in Scotland were transferred to the Financial Services Authority (FSA))
Associated languageeng
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