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Three of the top UK financial industry regulators want to make it easier for businesses to raise their concerns.
The Board of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is going to open four more BIS Innovation Hub centres across North America and Europe.
Back in March, the Bank of England introduced measures to support banks and financial institutions during the COVID-19 crisis. But now it has signalled that the support is about to end.
A global pandemic sweeping over the globe may have caused the UK to shut down everything but the most essential services, but the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) still plans businesses to stick to the LIBOR shutdown timetable.
From: FinTech Global Challenger bank Revolut is preparing to submit a banking licence application to the Bank of England. The neobank, which raised a $500m round a...
The Bank of England has chosen RegTech solution AutoRek to help automate their reconciliation process and boost efficiencies.
Christopher Woolard is stepping in as the interim chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as the old chief executive Andrew Bailey is leaving to become the governor of the Bank of England.
Two of the UK’s most influential authorities are looking to change how data is handled. MirrorWeb has written an article explaining what changes financial services firms can expect.
The traditional way banks calculated interest rates if it would borrow from other banks is about to end. And it is time financial services firms prepare for it.