• Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

    The Financial Conduct Authority is a regulatory body that operates independently of the government. It oversees financial bodies in the United Kingdom and receives funding through fees paid by its members. It partners with the Financial Policy Committee and the Prudential Regulation Authority to set regulations. The FCA’s activities generate billions in tax revenue for…

  • FINRA Regulations

    The Great Recession of 2008 shook America to its core. It dismantled the country’s economic stability and created a hard market crash that required years of recovery. The federal government passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act as part of its recovery efforts. Financial professionals credit this for the birth of the…