The Financial Conduct Authority will change its logo over the Summer.
The regulator has registered two versions of the new logo, according to Intellectual Property Office filings.
An FCA spokesman says: “The updated logo is part of the FCA brand refresh and will be rolled out over the coming months. We can provide more details then.”
The FCA has had its current burgundy and white logo since the split of the Financial Services Authority in 2013.
A 2013 freedom of information request submitted by Panacea Adviser owner Derek Bradley showed the FCA spent £57,000 on registering its current logo and on legal fees to resolve registration issues.