UK regulators have set out requirements for critical third parties.
At the EU level, there are changes on the horizon in relation to the Consumer Credit framework.
The European Commission has proposed changes to EU BMR scope but retains third-country routes to EU access.
European Commission launches SFDR consultation, acknowledging flaws, and considers whether the current regime is still workable.
There could be a post-Brexit opportunity for Government to align consumer credit regulation with both modern and domestic realities.