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Financial services

Regulating Financial Services

In 1997 significant changes were made to the UK’s regulatory framework. A single statutory body for financial regulation, the Financial Services Authority (FSA), was set up. In addition a tripartite structure for overseeing the UK financial system was established, with distinct roles for the Treasury, the Bank of England and the FSA.


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