Association of Professional Compliance Consultants

The body for compliance consultants who advise firms regulated in the UK.

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    I was wondering if anyone was aware of an update from the FCA regarding proposals to increase application fees, including authorisation fees, covered in CP20/22 from November 2020. I have not yet seen a Policy Statement on this (and recently emailed the consultation team but no response yet). The latest Policy Development Update states there will be a Fees paper issued in April, with implementation in July 2021 but suggests a consultation period also. However when CP20/22 was issued, the effective date of increases 1 April 2021 was mentioned generally. However that is next week and I have not seen anything further and so was unsure if that was going ahead, or if I have misunderstood this. In addition that a new application fee for approved persons applications could be applied (£250) from 1 June 2021. I just wanted to check if I had missed (or misunderstood) any update on this generally?

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