Ken Davy - "Save trees and cut down on consultation papers"

20 Oct 2016

most 200 countries, including the UK, have just signed up to what I hope will be a ground-breaking agreement to reduce greenhouse gases. It would be wonderful if the news of this success could filter through to the worthy occupants of the FCA building in Canary Wharf, who currently seem intent on single-handedly wiping out a sizable chunk of the Amazon rainforest.

I say this because of the inordinate number of consultation papers and other documents the FCA has issued during 2016. The total for the first nine months stands at more than 75 different publications, everything from Smarter Consumer Communications (ironically), to crowdfunding and wind-down planning.

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