Through the Financial Services Act 2012, we have made fundamental changes to our financial regulatory system, dismantling the failed tri-partite system, and expanding the role of the Bank of England to include oversight of the UK financial system as a whole through the Financial Policy Committee, and oversight of prudential regulation through the Prudential Regulation Authority.
What does FSA stand for?
FSA stands for Financial Services Act (UK)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 469 other meanings of FSA in our Acronym Attic
- Field Systemic Advocacy (US IRS)
- Fighter Support Aircraft (US DoD)
- File System Archiving (computing)
- Filemaker Solutions Alliance (developer membership program offered by FileMaker Inc)
- Filipino Student Association
- Film South Asia (est. 1997)
- Film Stills Archive (Museum of Modern Art; New York, NY)
- Final Site Acceptance
- Financial Security Assurance, Inc.
- Financial Service Agreement (World Trade Organization)
- Financial Services Administration (various locations)
- Financial Services Agency (Japan)
- Financial Services Authority
- Financial Statement Analysis
- Financial Supervisory Agency (Japan)
- Financial Supervisory Authority
- Financial Systems Administration (various schools)
- Fingerprint Sharing Alliance (coalition of telecom companies to combat cyber attacks)
- Finite State Automaton
- Finnish Service Alliance
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to Financial Services Act 2013, holding companies that own more than 50 percent stake in financial institutions would be deemed financial holding companies and would be subject to supervision by Bank Negara Malaysia.
The regulatory and supervisory framework of Malaysia enters a new stage of its development as the Islamic Financial Services Act 2013 (IFSA) and Financial Services Act 2013 (FSA) come into force on 30 June 2013.
Hipwell, of Caledonian Road, Holloway, north London, was convicted in December at Southwark Crown Court of conspiring to breach the Financial Services Act from August 1999 and February 2000.
He was convicted last December of conspiring to breach the Financial Services Act between August 1999 and February 2000.
The Financial Services Act, better known as Gramm-Leach-Bliley, allows financial institutions, such as banks, insurers and securities firms, to affiliate under one corporate roof.
This announcement is issued by Scoot, the contents having been approved solely for the purposes of Section 57 of the Financial Services Act 1986 by Merrill Lynch International which is regulated in the conduct of its investment business in the UK by The Securities and Futures Authority Limited.
It is entering into a partnership with CGU Life to offer products regulated under the Financial Services Act.