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Today the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) opened a consultation regarding proposed new rules surrounding peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms. This follows the post implementation review that was published in December 2016.

The proposed changes to are designed to ensure:

  • Investors receive clear and accurate information about a potential investment and understand the risks involved
  • Investors are adequately remunerated for the risk they are taking
  • Fair/transparent charges to investors
  • Fair/transparent and robust systems for assessing the risk
  • Good governance and orderly business practices
  • Existing marketing restrictions for investment-based crowdfunding platforms are extended to loan-based platforms

To see the proposals in full (156 pages) and to understand the process for submitting input, visit the FCA website here.

The deadline is 27th October 2018.


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Tags: Regulation

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