Low Inflation; Implications for the Fsa

Financial Services Authority Occasional Paper No. 14

76 Pages Posted: 26 Sep 2003

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Edward Harley

Financial Services Authority - Regulatory Strategy and Risk

Stephen Davies

Financial Services Authority - Regulatory Strategy and Risk

Date Written: April 2001

Abstract

The FSA announced in January 2000 that, as part of the new regulatory approach, it would carry out a number of pilot theme projects on major issues that cut across different industry sectors and have wide-ranging implications for consumers. This paper forms part of one such project. It considers the risks to the FSA's objectives arising from the move to the current low inflation environment in the UK. The analysis contained within it will help refine the FSA's policy approach to ensure that the impact of low inflation is dealt with consistently and comprehensively across the organisation.

Keywords: Inflation, UK, FSA, Consumers

JEL Classification: MO, L0

Suggested Citation

Harley, Edward and Davies, Stephen, Low Inflation; Implications for the Fsa (April 2001). Financial Services Authority Occasional Paper No. 14, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=427961 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.427961

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