Following the publication of the Financial Services and Markets Bill (“FSM Bill”) on 20 July 2022, the Prudential Regulatory Authority (“PRA”), the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) and the Bank of England (“BoE”) (together, the “Supervisory Authorities”) on 21 July 2022 published their Discussion Paper P3/22 (the “DP”) that sets out

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In July 2019, the FCA announced that it was partnering with the Alan Turing Institute to explore transparency and “explainability” of AI in the financial services sector. On June 11th 2021, the Alan Turing Institute published their report on “AI in Financial Services“. This FCA commissioned report
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INTRODUCTION

Operational resilience is a key focus area for regulators across Europe, at both the domestic and European level.  The banking crisis prompted regulators to strengthen the financial sector’s ability to weather financial risks.  But as the financial sector has become increasingly dependent on outsourced and third-party service providers, regulators
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