‘Urgency not panic’ is the is an important phrase to recite with the deadline for the implementation of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Consumer Duty regulation looming in the United Kingdom.
Pressure is on for those finding themselves behind schedule in integrating the right systems and processes into their customers’ journeys and experiences, yet while such a situation introduces pressure, it needn’t introduce panic.
The overall aim of the Duty is to ensure transparency with consumer-facing FSI organisations. What this means in practice is that every touchpoint and interaction with the customer should end in what the FCA calls ‘a good outcome’.
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