FCA Rules definition

FCA Rules means the Rules included within the FCA Handbook issued by the FCA.
FCA Rules means the principles, rules and guidance issued by the FCA, as amended from time to time.
FCA Rules means the rules promulgated by the FCA under FSMA as amended or replaced from time to time.

Examples of FCA Rules in a sentence

  • The powers, duties, rights and obligations of the Depositary, the Company and the ACD under the Depositary Agreement shall, to the extent of any conflict, be overridden by the FCA Rules.

  • All charges and most categories of expense are taken into account by the Ongoing Charges Figure that has to be produced for each Fund as required by the FCA Rules.

  • We may pay or receive fees, commissions or non-monetary benefits to or from any Associate or other third party in connection with the services where permitted by FCA Rules.

  • Consequently, you are not entitled these additional amounts.Your shares and /or cash cannot be used for or be accepted as security for a loan except to the extent permitted by the FCA Rules.

  • Our response For the avoidance of doubt, it was not intended to extend a more general application of FCA Rules, but to capture the application of the IFPR as implemented through the FCA’s Handbook.

More Definitions of FCA Rules

FCA Rules means the rules, guidance and principles set out in the FCA Handbook;
FCA Rules means the rules contained in the Collective Investment Schemes Sourcebook published as part of the FCA Handbook that shall, for the avoidance of doubt, not include guidance or evidential requirements contained in that Sourcebook.
FCA Rules means the rules established by the FCA in the FCA's Handbook of rules and guidance from time to time.
FCA Rules means the Handbook of Rules and Guidance of the FCA;
FCA Rules means the rules of the FCA from time to time, or any rules which replace or succeed such rules
FCA Rules means the principles, guidance and rules issued by the FCA from time to time;
FCA Rules means the FCA Handbook of Rules and Guidance as amended, replaced or supplemented from time to time.