Principles for Businesses


Principles for Businesses
The 11 high level Financial Services Authority (FSA) rules (as set out in the FSA Handbook) that set out the fundamental obligations of regulated businesses and replace the ten Statements of Principle which applied to persons regulated under the Financial Services Act 1986.
For more information, see the FSA website.
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