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FEES 4.4.9DRP
3To the extent that a firm4 has provided the information required by FEES 4.4.7 D to the FCA as part of its compliance with another provision of the Handbook, it is deemed to have complied with the provisions of that direction.444
CASS 10.1.2GRP
The purpose of the CASS resolution pack is to ensure that a firm maintains and is able to retrieve information that would, in the event of its insolvency, assist an insolvency practitioner in achieving a timely return of client money and safe custody assets held by the firm to that firm'sclients.
CASS 10.1.7RRP
In relation to each document in a firm'sCASS resolution pack a firm must:(1) put in place adequate arrangements to ensure that an administrator, receiver, trustee, liquidator or analogous officer appointed in respect of it or any material part of its property is able to retrieve each document as soon as practicable and in any event within 48 hours of that officer’s appointment; and(2) ensure that it is able to retrieve each document as soon as practicable, and in any event within
REC 3.1.3GRP
The notification rules in this chapter are in addition to the requirements on UK RIEs2 to give notice or information to the FCA and if applicable, the Bank of England2 under sub-sections 293(5) and (6)2 of the Act.222
FEES 5.9.3GRP
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FEES 6.3.17RRP
(1) The FSCS may use any money held to the credit of one class2(the creditor class)2 to pay compensation costs or specific costs attributable 8or allocated by way of levy8 to 2another class2(the debtor class)2 if the FSCS has reasonable grounds to believe that this would be more economical than borrowing funds from a third party or raising a levy.228822(2) Where the FSCS acts in accordance with (1), it must ensure that:(a) the creditor class2 is reimbursed by the debtor class2
FEES 6.3.20RRP
(1) Where8 the FSCS makes recoveries in relation to protected claims where a8 related compensation costs levy8 would have been allocated to a class (class A) had the levy limit for class A not been reached and has been allocated to another class or classes in the retail pool, the recoveries must be applied:8888(a) 8first, to the classes to which the costs levied were allocated in accordance with FEES 6.5A in the same proportion as those classes contributed, up to the total amount
MCOB 11.6.18RRP
(1) Under MCOB 11.6.5R (4), in taking account of likely future interest rate increases for the purposes of its assessment of whether the customer will be able to pay the sums due, a mortgage lender must consider the likely future interest rates over a minimum period of five years from the expected start of the term of the regulated mortgage contract (or variation), unless the interest rate under the regulated mortgage contract is fixed for a period of five years or more from that
MCOB 11.6.19GRP
In relation to MCOB 11.6.18R (2):(1) an example of market expectations is the forward sterling rate published on the Bank of England website. A mortgage lender should not use its own forecast; and (2) a mortgage lender should not link its determination to market expectations without considering the likely effect of rate changes in accordance with the market expectations on the specific regulated mortgage contract in question.
FEES 4.3.1RRP
The periodic fee payable by a firm (except an AIFM qualifier,13ICVC or a UCITS qualifier) is:(1) each periodic fee applicable to it calculated in accordance with FEES 4.3.3 R, using information obtained in accordance with FEES 4.4; plus77(1A) any periodic fee applicable to it calculated in accordance with FEES 4.3.3A R using information relating to its UK business obtained in accordance with FEES 4.4 (or by other means in the case of the Bank of England); less7(2) any deductions
FEES 5.4.1RRP
(1) A firm must provide the FCA by the end of February each year (or, if the firm has become subject to the Financial Ombudsman Service part way through the financial year, by the date requested by the FCA) with a statement of the total amount of relevant business (measured in accordance with the appropriate tariff base(s)) which it conducted, as at or in the year to 31 December of the previous year as appropriate, in relation to the tariff base for each of the relevant industry
FEES 7.1.11GRP
2A firm is not liable to pay a CFEB levy in relation to payment services or electronic money issuance if it is the Bank of England, a government department, a local authority, a municipal bank or the National Savings Bank.
CONC 3.6.6RRP
(1) A financial promotion must specify the typical APR if the promotion:(a) specifies any other rate of charge;(b) includes any of the items of information listed in CONC 3.6.10R (5) to (7);(c) indicates in any way, whether expressly or by implication,3 including by means of the name given to a business or of an address used by a business for the purposes of electronic communication, that:(i) credit is available to persons who might otherwise consider their access to credit restricted;
DTR 2.5.7GRP
(1) [deleted]2(2) Selective2 disclosure cannot be made to any person simply because they owe the issuer a duty of confidentiality. For example, an issuer contemplating a major transaction which requires shareholder support or which could significantly impact its lending arrangements or credit-rating may selectively disclose details of the proposed transaction to major shareholders, its lenders and/or credit-rating agency as long as the recipients are bound by a duty of confidentiality. An
SUP 10A.17.2GRP
If the firm or its advisers have further questions, they should contact the FCA's Contact Centre (see SUP 10A.12.6 G).
SUP 16.15.8DRP

The table below sets out the format, reporting frequency and due date for submission in relation to regulatory returns that apply to electronic money issuers that are not credit institutions.

(1)

Type of electronic money issuer

(2)

Return

(3)

Format

(4)

Reporting Frequency

(5)

Due date (Note 4)

Authorised electronic money institution (Note 1)

Balance sheet

FSA059

Half yearly (Note 3)

30 business days

Income statement

FSA060

Half yearly (Note 3)

30 business days

Capital requirements

FSA061

Half yearly (Note 3)

30 business days

Safeguarding

FSA062

Half yearly (Note 3)

30 business days

Supplementary information

FSA063

Half yearly (Note 3)

30 business days

Annual report and accounts

No standard format

Annual (Note 3)

80 business days

Small electronic money institutions (Note 2)

Return

FSA064

Half yearly (note 5)

30 business days

Total electronic money outstanding @ 31st December

FSA065

Annual (Note 5)

1 month

Annual report and accounts

No standard format

Annual (Note 5)

80 business days

(a) the Post Office Limited

(b) the Bank of England, the ECB and the national central banks of EEA States other than the United Kingdom

(c) Government departments and local authorities

(d) credit unions

(e) municipal banks

(f) the National Savings Bank

Average outstanding electronic money

No standard format

Half yearly (Note 6)

30 business days

Note 1

When submitting the completed returns required, the authorised electronic money institution must use the format of the returns set out in SUP 16 Annex 30A to SUP 16 Annex 30E.

Note 2

When submitting the completed returns required, the small electronic money institution must use the format of the returns set out in SUP 16 Annex 30F to SUP 16 Annex 30G.

Note 3

Where the authorised electronic money institution's reporting frequency is half yearly or annual, this field is calculated from the authorised electronic money institution'saccounting reference date.

Note 4

The due dates for returns are the last day of the periods given in column (5) of the table above following the relevant reporting frequency period set out in column (4) of the table above.

Note 5

The reporting frequency in relation to FSA065 is calculated from 31 December each calendar year. Otherwise, where the small electronic money institution's reporting frequency is half yearly or annual, this field is calculated from the small electronic money institution'saccounting reference date.

Note 6

This is calculated from 31 December each calendar year.

FEES 1.1.2RRP
This manual applies in the following way:(1) FEES 1, 2 and 3 apply to the fee payers listed in column 1 of the Table of application, notification and vetting fees in FEES 3.2.7 R29. 1047(a) [deleted]1010(b) [deleted]1010(c) [deleted]1010(d) [deleted]1010(e) [deleted]10(f) [deleted]1010(g) [deleted]1010(h) [deleted]1010(i) [deleted]1010(j) [deleted]1010(k) [deleted]1010(l) [deleted]1010(m) [deleted]1010(n) [deleted]104(o) 3345410[deleted]10(p) 55410[deleted]10(q) 6510[deleted]10(r)
SUP 16.1.1EDRP
39The rules, directions and guidance in SUP 16.22 apply to a payment service provider located in the UK other than: (1) a credit union;(2) National Savings and Investments; and(3) the Bank of England.
ICOBS 8.2.9RRP
(1) If the firm, or its claims representative, does not make an offer as required by this section, the firm must pay simple interest on the amount of compensation offered by it or awarded by the court to the injured party, unless interest is awarded by any tribunal.(2) The interest calculation period begins when the offer should have been made and ends when the compensation is paid to the injured party, or his authorised representative.(3) The interest rate is the Bank of England's
SUP 16.22.1GRP
1This section applies to a payment service provider located in the UK other than:(1) a credit union;(2) National Savings and Investment; and(3) the Bank of England.[Note: see SUP 16.1.1ED]
CONC 15.1.5RRP
In good time before a credit agreement is made and, where section 58 applies, before an unexecuted agreement is sent to the customer for signature a firm must:(1) disclose key contract terms and conditions of the prospective credit agreement;(2) disclose any features of the prospective credit agreement which carry a particular risk to the customer;(3) inform the customer of the consequences of missing payments or of making underpayments, including the imposition of default charges,