The FCA decided in December it would allow UK market participants to trade derivatives on platforms in the bloc to avoid a rupture in EU business, even though the EU has banned EU market participants from using London platforms.
As flagged by Reuters earlier this month, the FCA has made no change to its stance.
Although we recognise that many in the border industry and many businesses have been investing time and energy to be ready on time, and indeed we in Government were confident of being ready on time, we have listened to businesses who have made a strong case that they need more time to prepare.
The long-awaited document, known as the 'integrated review', has previously been billed by Johnson as the "biggest review of our foreign, defence, security and development policy since the end of the Cold War".
We set out the issues we have currently ... We want to extend the existing measures but we are committed to working constructively and pragmatically with the EU to resolve the issues ... as quickly as possible.
Earlier this week, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said Dublin was open to "modest" extensions of waivers on the movement of certain goods.