We committed to consulting on levying fees for the supervision of financial market infrastructures (FMI) in response to the Independent Evaluation Office’s review of FMI supervision published in February 2017. We consulted in August 2017 on the broad approach to levying fees for the supervision of FMI and in March 2018 on the details of the regime.
We have published our final statement of policy that concludes the introduction of the fees regime for the supervision of FMI. The policy statement covers:
- our feedback to responses to the March 2018 consultation paper
- the fee rates for the 2018/19 fee year
- the Statement of Policy on the final fee-levying regime.
The policy statement also sets out the date we expect the regime to commence.
Please note that this document has been updated in July 2019 and should be read in conjunction with the FMI regime policy statement 2019/20.