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File Size 231KBPage Count 14CP17/42 Chapter 1 Financial Conduct Authority The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms CP17/262,published in July 2017 (the July CPs) we set out how we propose to amend our Handbook,including the Conduct Rules,to reflect this extension.The Senior Managers RegimePS18/16 Final Guidance the Duty of Responsibility - FCA1.5 As we explained in CP17/42,the Duty of Responsibility is part of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR).We summarised,in CP17/42,the origin,scope and features of the SMCR,including the Duty of Responsibility,and how it willUpdate on extension of SMCR to FCA FSMA-authorised firms Dec 15,2017 CP17 42The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA#0183;The Duty of Responsibility will extend to all SMFs in the extended regime; The FCA is seeking feedback on its approach to supervising conduct,and its suggestion that it publicly recognise appropriate industry codes of practice; Consultation paper (CP17/40) on the transitional arrangements for solo regulated firms SMCR.View the consultation paper.Timeline and publications for SMCR extension Senior FCA policy statement (PS18/16) with final guidance on the duty of responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms November 2017 FCA consultation paper (CP17/37) on industry codes of conduct and discussion paper on extending the application of Principle 5 to unregulated markets and activities

The Duty of Responsibility for FCA solo-regulated firms

Dec 13,2017 CP17 42The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA#0183;In CP17/42 the FCA consults on extending the duty of responsibility (that already applies to firms currently subject to the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR)) to FCA solo-regulated firms and insurance and reinsurance firms.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextSimmons Simmons Extending the SMCR to insurers - a The FCA proposed in CP17/42 in December 2017 to apply its existing guidance on the duty of responsibility and reasonable steps for dual-regulated firms (found in DEPP 6.2.9_A and the following section of the FCA Handbook) to all other firms with only definitional amendments since it did not consider that any further changes to that guidance

Simmons Simmons Extending the SMCR to insurers - a

The FCA proposed in CP17/42 in December 2017 to apply its existing guidance on the duty of responsibility and reasonable steps for dual-regulated firms (found in DEPP 6.2.9_A and the following section of the FCA Handbook) to all other firms with only definitional amendments since it did not consider that any further changes to that guidance Simmons Simmons Extending the SMCR to insurers - a The FCA proposed in CP17/42 in December 2017 to apply its existing guidance on the duty of responsibility and reasonable steps for dual-regulated firms (found in DEPP 6.2.9_A and the following section of the FCA Handbook) to all other firms with only definitional amendments since it did not consider that any further changes to that guidance SMCR- Happy Christmas from the FCA - DRS - Alternative Dec 14,2017 CP17 42The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA#0183;Christmas came early yesterday with the publication of three papers by the FCA detailing the proposed transition from the Approved Persons to the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR).We shall have a brief look at two of the papers CP17/40 Individual accountability Transitioning FCA firms and individuals to the Senior Managers Certification Regime and CP17/42 The Duty

SMCR for insurance firms Senior Managers and

The SMCR was extended to insurers on 10 December 2018,replacing the PRAs Senior Insurance Managers Regime (SIMR) and the FCAs Approved Persons Regime.The extension means that insurers are subject to elements of the SMCR which have not been applied to them previously such as the Certification Regime,handover procedures and the statutory duty of responsibility.SMCR extension automatic conversion and transitional 3.CP17/42 The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms (CP17/42).And a corresponding paper from the PRA has also been published dealing with the conversion from SIMR to SMCR for insurers.This note summarises the FCA proposals for the transitional arrangements for FCA solo-regulated firmsSMCR Extension To All FCA Firms Consultations On Dec 15,2017 CP17 42The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA#0183;CP17/42 The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms These are supplemental to the consultations in the summer (the July CPs ) - CP17/26 (relating to insurers only) and CP 17/25 (relevant to broadly all other FCA authorised firms)(see our previous briefing here).

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In CP17/42 the FCA expands on its intention to extend the duty of responsibility which applies to Senior Managers of banks to insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms.As previously indicated in CP17/25,the FCA envisages applying the same criteria as it applies to banks (DEPP 6.2).RosediemIt refers to the Duty of Responsibility held by Senior Managers of banking firms and,following the extension of the SMCR,will also apply to Senior Managers of insurers (from 10 December 2018) and FCA solo-regulated firms (from 9 December 2019).Under the Duty of Responsibility,the FCA can take enforcement action against Senior Managers if:Responsibility - TISAConsultation Paper CP17/40 and CP 17/42 on Transitioning FCA firms and individuals to the Senior Regime and The Duty of Responsibility February 2018.Senior Managers Certification Regime February 2018 2 insurance companies,fund managers,distributors,building societies,investment managers,third party administrators,FinTech

PS18/16 The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA

The Duty of ResponsibilityWho This Applies toNext StepsSince May 2016,the Duty of Responsibility has applied to Senior Managers of banking firms.It will also apply to Senior Managers of insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms when the Senior Managers and Certification Regime is extended.Under the Duty of Responsibility,we can take enforcement action against Senior Managers if 1.there was a contravention of a relevant requirement by the Senior Managers firm 2.at the time of the contravention or during any part of it,the Senior Manager was reSee more on fca.ukSMCR extension automatic conversion and transitional BackgroundKey PointsCORE Or Limited Scope Firm ConversionEnhanced Firm ConversionFitness and ProprietyFinancial Services RegisterConsequential AmendmentsDuty of ResponsibilityConclusionA deluge of papers has been published on various aspects of the SMCR.Three papers were released by the FCA 1.CP17/40 Individual accountability Transitioning FCA firms and individuals to the Senior Managers Certification Regime (CP17/40); 2.CP17/41 Individual accountability Transitioning insurers and individuals to the Senior Managers Certification Regime (which considers the arrangements for insurers to transfer to the SMCR from the existing Senior Insurance Managers RegiSee more on ashurstDuty of Responsibilities under the proposed Senior The FCA has issued a short consultation of their views around the Duties of Responsibility for FCA regulated firms arising out of the proposed regime (CP17/42).Duty of Responsibilities under the proposed Senior Managers Regime (SMCR)LWDLIB01-#6174802-v1-CIN July 2018 - GlobalCP17/42,which summarised the origin,scope and features of the SMCR,including the duty of responsibility,and how it will be extended to cover insurance and reinsurance firms regulated by the FCA (insurers) and firms regulated only by the FCA ratherLWDLIB01-#5867834-v1-CIN December 2017 - Global CP17/42 The duty of responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms PRA publishes CP28/17 Strengthening accountability implementing the extension of the SMCR to insurers and other amendments PRA publishes CP27/17 Solvency II internal models update General insurance stress test 2017 results PRA Dear CEO letter

FCA - Individual Accountability Extending the Senior

Responsibility currently known as a scope of responsibility a list of activities that the person will be responsible for.Any significant change in responsibilities must be resubmitted to the Regulator.A Responsibility Map must also accompany the application.The Compliance Oversight Function will now cover all insurers for all the FCAEurope EU/UK Regulatory Roundup Global lae firm The Duty of Responsibility for FCA solo-regulated firms 13.12.2017 The FCA publishes Consultation Paper 17/42 The duty of responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms (CP17/42).In CP17/42 the FCA consults on extending the duty of responsibility (that already applies to firms currently subject to the Senior Managers Consultation Papers Transitioning Firms Individuals to CP17 42The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA#0183;A duty of responsibility meaning that if something goes wrong in an area they are responsible for,the FCA will consider if they took reasonable steps to stop it from happening; Prescribed responsibilities these will vary by firm,and are responsibilities that the FCA will require firms to place on their senior managers.

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The Compliance Oversight Function will now cover all insurers for all the FCA regulatory requirements.Prescribed Responsibilities Every SMF will have a fundamental responsibility inherent to that function.In addition to that inherent responsibility there will be a limited set of prescribed responsibilities.CP17/41 Individual accountability Transitioning insurers CP17/42 The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms CP17/26 Individual accountability - extending the Senior Managers and Certification Regime to insurers Request an alternative formatAssociation of Mortgage Intermediaries response to FCA Response to FCA CP17/42 Duty of Responsibility 02/18 Association of Mortgage Intermediaries response to FCA CP17/42 The Duty of Responsibility for insurers and FCA solo-regulated firms This response is submitted on behalf of the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI).AMI is the

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