Post-Brexit regulatory shake-up: What could be the implications of a Big Bang 2.0?

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Financial services executives have grown increasingly impatient since Brexit with what they perceive as an overly cautious and slow-moving stance by regulators.
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Financial services executives have grown increasingly impatient since Brexit with what they perceive as an overly cautious and slow-moving stance by regulators.

As the tug of war around UK financial regulation post-Brexit goes on, those in the City calling for looser regulation to maintain London's global competitiveness have found their match in the UK Treasury, reports International Investment sister publication Investment Week. Former chancellor Rishi Sunak first introduced the future regulatory framework (FRF) review for new post-Brexit financial services regulations in July 2021. One year later, the financial services bill is set to be publis...

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