FCA has announced the creation of the Global Financial Innovation Network (GFIN), in collaboration with 11 other regulators and organisations. This builds on FCA’s plans for a global regulatory sandbox and will create a new framework for innovative firms interacting with regulators, and regulators sharing information.
FCA has now published a consultation seeking views on the GFIN mission statement and its functions and asking what its priorities should be.
GFIN’s current members are Abu Dhabi Global Markets; Autorité des marchés financiers (Québec); Australian Securities & Investments Commission; Central Bank of Bahrain; United States Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection; Dubai Financial Services Authority; Financial Conduct Authority; Guernsey Financial Services Commission; Hong Kong Monetary Authority; Monetary Authority of Singapore; Ontario Securities Commission; and Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP). The consultation also welcomes views from other regulators who might wish to join.
Consultation closes on 14 October.