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Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority regulates the financial markets and financial services firms, as well as contract-based pension schemes.

Trustees and sponsors should be aware of the potential risk of inadvertently breaching financial services regulations by engaging in activities for which they are required to be authorised (for example, in relation to investment activities, and providing financial advice).

Read more about these risks and how to navigate them in our Quick guide to financial services regulatory risks for occupational pension schemes.