Financial Services Authority(redirected from Securities and Investments Board)
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Financial Services Authority
The primary regulatory body for the British financial industry. It is a non-government agency, though its board of directors is appointed by HM Treasury. It is charged with maintaining efficiency and competition in banking, insurance and the securities trade. It also is responsible for protecting consumers insofar as possible. It was established in 2001.