PIMFA Consultation Responses
PIMFA responds on behalf of our membership to numerous key issues within our industry. We do this via vital feedback and discussion with member firms via our committees, working parties and industry forums.
From this member feedback PIMFA create responses to consultation documents and discussion papers issued by bodies such as the UK’s regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Government departments and many European and International bodies.
The scope of regulation is increasing all the time and one of PIMFA’s key objectives is to ensure this regulation is proportionate and fair, bringing real benefits to the investment management and financial advice community and their clients.
Past consultation responses from WMA and APFA can be accessed via their respective archives.
PIMFA’s response to ICO; Call for views on a direct marketing code of practiceDecemberInformation Commissioner's OfficeUK Regulation
PIMFA’s response to HM Treasury; Treasury Committee’s inquiry into consumers’ access to financial servicesDecemberHM TreasuryUK Regulation
PIMFAs response to FCA: CP18/31 Increasing the award limit for the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS)DecemberFCAUK Regulation
PIMFA response to ESAs’ Joint Consultation Paper concerning amendments to the PRIIPs KIDNovemberEIOPAESMAEuropean Banking AuthorityEU regulation
PIMFA’s response to FCA: GC18/4 Senior Managers and Certification Regime: Proposed guidance on statements of responsibilities and responsibilities maps for FCA firmsDecemberFCAUK Regulation
PIMFA’s response to FCA DP18/5:Discussion Paper on a Duty of Care and potential alternative approachesNovemberFCAUK Regulation
PIMFA’s Response to FCA: Call for Input: PRIIPs Regulation – addendum to the PIMFA ResponseOctoberFCAUK Regulation
PIMFA’s Response to the Law Commission’s Consultation Paper No 236 Anti Money laundering – the SARs RegimeOctoberLaw CommisionUK RegulationFinancial Crime
PIMFA Response to FCA Call for Input: PRIIPs Regulation – initial experiences with the new requirementsSeptemberFCAUK Regulation