Meeting the FCA's wind-down planning requirements

All FCA solo-regulated firms are required to hold a wind-down plan (WDP). This enables a firm to cease its regulated activities with minimal adverse impact on its clients, counterparties, or the wider markets. Any wind-down plan is expected to cover scenarios where a firm undertakes a solvent exit as well as winding down due to an unexpected crisis or insolvency.

Our team has developed an innovative and market-leading methodology for reviewing, producing and assisting in the preparation of wind-down plans.

Download our brochure now to see how we can help you meet the FCA's wind-down planning requirements.

We include a high-level overview of how to produce a wind-down plan together with what workstreams firms should consider when preparing and drafting their plan.

Wind-down planning continues to be the subject of considerable regulatory focus, and our brochure includes the areas of good practice in wind-down planning identified by the FCA, together with the areas for improvement. The points made by the regulator tally with our experience and can help you avoid common mistakes and pitfalls.

We provide an overview of our wind-down planning experience to illustrate our credentials in this area. Our experienced team brings deep sector insight for financial services firms, understanding what the key issues of wind-down planning are to the regulator.

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