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Week 3
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FCA’s update on financial systems and controls during the pandemic
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PRA’s Consultation Paper for International banks with headquarters outside of the UK
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JMLSG's update on the implications of the end of Brexit Transition period on their guidance
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HMRC update on the implementation of MTD for VAT.
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Week 2
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FCA publish financial resilience survey
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FCA publish regulatory change for firms
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FCA's MoUs with European Authorities in banking, securities, and insurance/pensions
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HM Government’s post-Brexit guidance for the FS sector
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Week 51 & 52
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PRA’s ‘Dear CEO’ letter
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ML/TF risks, updates and guidance from FATF, EBA and the UK Government
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ICO’s new big data sharing Code of Practice
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Removal of the Bahamas from FATF's 'Increased Monitoring' grey list
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