The Investment Association has written to the FCA and the Bank of England to confirm that asset managers want markets to remain open despite coronavirus volatility.
Market participants have been told that despite disruption, the transition away from Libor is still targeted for the end of 2021.
European regulators have been told not to prioritise supervision of the changes to systematic internalisers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Firms urged to let the FCA know if there are difficulties in recording calls, or capturing regulatory data that is due to be submitted.
Regulators in the UK, Italy, Spain and France have all restricted short selling activity amid massive equity market declines.
As the debate around market data costs continues, the FCA is looking for further input from market participants on the issue.
FCA, Bank of England and HM Treasury are investigating how firms will manage a widespread outbreak of coronavirus.
The number of STORs reported in 2019 declined 8% from 2018, as the FCA says firms are taking more robust steps to tackle potentially harmful trading activity.
Investment management firms have been warned by the FCA that further adoption of technologies to facilitate trading presents various risks.
Sheldon Mills will step into Christopher Woolard’s shoes following his appointment as interim chief executive.