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EG 8.3.4RP
1The FCA will consider the full circumstances of each case when it decides whether an urgent variation of Part 4A permission or an imposition of a requirement is appropriate. The following is a non-exhaustive list of factors the FCA may consider. (1) The extent of any loss, or risk of loss, or other adverse effect on consumers. The more serious the loss or potential loss or other adverse effect, the more likely it is that the FCA’s urgent exercise of own-initiative powers will
SUP 15.12.2RRP
For the purpose of SUP 15.12.1R:(1) when calculating the number of complaints in SUP 15.12.1R(1)(a), the firm should exclude complaints previously notified to the FCA under this rule;(2) redress, under SUP 15.12.1R(1)(b), should be interpreted to include an amount paid, or cost borne, by the firm, where a cash value can be readily identified, and should include:(a) amounts paid for distress and inconvenience;(b) a free transfer out to another provider for which a transfer would
SUP 16.12.33RRP

Financial reports from a member of a financial conglomerate (see SUP 16.12.32 R)

Content of Report

Form (Note 1)

Frequency

Due Date

Calculation of supplementary capital adequacy requirements in accordance with one of the three42 technical calculation methods

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Note 2

Note 5

Yearly42

Note 5

Identification of significant risk concentration levels

Note 3

Yearly

4 months after year end

Identification of significant intra-group transactions

Note 4

Yearly

4 months after year end

Report on compliance with GENPRU 3.1.35 R where it applies

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Note 6

Note 5

Note 5

Note 1

When giving the report required, a firm must use the form indicated, if any.

Note 2

In respect of FCA-authorised persons, if39 Part 1 of GENPRU3 Annex 1 (method80 1), or Part 2 of GENPRU 3 Annex 1 (method 2), or Part 3 of GENPRU 3 Annex 1 (method 3) applies, there is no specific form. Adequate information must be provided, specifying the calculation method used42 and each financial conglomerate for which the FCA68 is the co-ordinator must discuss with the FCA68 the form which this reporting will take and the extent to which verification by an auditor will be required.42

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Note 3

Rather than specifying a standard format for each financial conglomerate to use, each financial conglomerate for which the FCA68 is the co-ordinator must discuss with the FCA68 the form of the information to be reported. This should mean that usual information management systems of the financial conglomerate can be used to the extent possible to generate and analyse the information required.

When reviewing the risk concentration levels, the FCA68 will in particular monitor the possible risk of contagion in the financial conglomerate, the risk of a conflict of interests, the risk of circumvention of sectoral rules68, and the level or volume of risks.

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Note 4

For the purposes of this reporting requirement, an intra-group transaction will be presumed to be significant if its amount exceeds 5% of the total amount of capital adequacy requirements at the level of the financial conglomerate.

Rather than specifying a standard format for each financial conglomerate to use, each financial conglomerate for which the FCA68 is the co-ordinator must11 discuss with the FCA68 the form of the information to be reported. This should mean that the68 usual information management systems of the financial conglomerate can be used to the extent possible to generate and analyse the information required.

When reviewing the intra-group transactions, the FCA68 will in particular monitor the possible risk of contagion in the financial conglomerate, the risk of a conflict of interest11, the risk of circumvention of sectoral rules, and the level or volume of risks.

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Note 5

The frequency and due date will be as follows:

(1) banking and investment services conglomerate; frequency is yearly80 with due date 45 business days after period end;42 and68

(2) insurance conglomerate: frequency is yearly with due date four months after period end for the capital adequacy return and three months after period end for the report on compliance with GENPRU 3.1.35 R where it applies.

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Note 6

Adequate information must be added as a separate item to the relevant form for sectoral reporting.

FIT 2.1.3GRP
The matters referred to in FIT 2.1.1 G to which the FCA5 will have regard, and to which a relevant authorised person should also have regard, 5include, but are not limited to:55(1) whether the person has been convicted of any criminal offence; this must include, where provided for by the Rehabilitation Exceptions Orders4to2 the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 or the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Northern Ireland) Order 1978 (as applicable)4, any spent convictions2; particular
EG 19.19.1RP
1The Lloyd’s Accounting Regulations implement the Audit and Accounts Directives in relation to the Lloyd’s insurance market. They aim to increase the transparency of the accounts published by Lloyd’s syndicates by imposing requirements in relation to the preparation and disclosure of the accounts. The Regulations give the FCA the power to institute criminal proceedings for an offence committed under the Regulations.
COLL 4.2.6GRP
(1) In relation to COLL 4.2.5R (3)(b) the prospectus might include:(a) a description of the extent (if any) to which that policy does not envisage the authorised fund remaining fully invested at all times;(b) for a non-UCITS retail scheme which may invest in immovable property:(i) the maximum extent to which the scheme property may be invested in immovables; and(ii) a statement of the policy of the authorised fund manager in relation to insurance of3 immovables forming part of
ICOBS 3.2.8RRP
The requirements relating to the placing and receipt of orders do not apply to contracts concluded exclusively by exchange of e-mail or by equivalent individual communications.[Note: article 10(4) and 11(3) of the E-Commerce Directive]