Now is the time to get to grips with the IFPR – who will fall in scope and how will they be impacted?

      This will have a significant impact on UK MiFID investment firms who are authorised and regulated by the FCA that are currently subject to any part of the Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) and the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) including Investment Firms that are currently subject to BIPRU and GENPRU including:

      • Matched Principal Firms
      • Firms conducting combination of MiFID with UCITS & AIFMD activities categorised as CPMIs (Collective Portfolio Management Investment Firms)
      • Firms currently authorised as Exempt-CAD firms
      • Full scope’, ‘limited activity’ and ‘limited licence’ investment firms currently subject to IFPRU and CRR (MTF & OTF)

      To help you simplify and navigate these requirements, as well as providing advice on what analysis required to address the various requirements, watch our webinar:

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