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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has renewed its data strategy published in 2013, taking into account the evolution of technology and aiming to transform how it works. The new strategy will be delivered over five years and is designed to make the FCA smarter in the way it uses data and advanced analytics so that it can transform how it regulates and reduce the burden on firms. The initial focus includes increasing data science resources, developing data and analytics skills, and deploying new tools. The FCA has also started work on a new data collection platform that will replace Gabriel.

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