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New Chief Makes His Mark On FCA With Shift In Vision

Law360, London (July 15, 2021, 5:29 PM BST) -- Nikhil Rathi, the recently appointed chief executive of the City watchdog that has come under fire for regulatory failure, laid out a vision on Thursday for a new Financial Conduct Authority that is more interventionist, dynamic and centralized.

Nikhil Rathi's business plan for the FCA would allow the watchdog to act more decisively over enforcement action and take a tougher line on new entrants to the country's markets. (Getty) Rathi has floated priorities in the FCA's business plan that would allow the watchdog to act more decisively over enforcement action and take a tougher line on new entrants to the country's markets. New targets for...

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