FCA and BoE ramp-up data credentials to 'transform' UK regulation

Should reduce reporting cost burden

Mike Sheen
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The BoE's latest approach to regulation follows the 2019 Future of Finance report
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The BoE's latest approach to regulation follows the 2019 Future of Finance report

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Bank of England (BoE) have committed to transforming the way in which UK firms are regulated via an unprecedented drive to improve the regulators’ data and analytics capabilities.

Announcing their plans on Tuesday (7 January), the regulators said the changes would improve the standard of regulation, allowing them to "anticipate harms before they crystallise", and reduce the cost...

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