Consumer Protection and Markets Authority

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Consumer Protection and Markets Authority
Founded (Due to start by end of 2012)
Headquarters London
Key People Martin Wheatley, managing director
Products Regulation of securities

The Consumer Protection and Markets Authority is a UK regulatory agency that is part of of the government's efforts to eliminate the Financial Services Authority. The agency, set to launch by the end of 2012, oversees securities firms and how their conduct with customers and counterparties.[1]

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