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UK watchdog sees no appetite from banks to rip up rules after Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s banks and insurers do not want their rulebooks dismantled after Brexit and the ability to ease regulation will depend on the country’s future trade deal with Europe, Finan... read more

UK watchdog bans sale of bank CoCo bonds to mass retail market

Some $70 billion (52.35 billion pounds) of CoCos were issued between 2009 and 2013 with a fifth from UK banks, the FCA said. Total issuance is set to roughly double over the next five years or so. So ... read more

First payment for British banks as they pick up £1bn Iceland bill for compensating savers

... bill to cover the cost of compensating savers in failed Icelandic banks. Hundreds of thousands of UK savers had deposits in Icelandic banks when the crisis hit in 2008, and the Government stepped ... read more

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UK Watchdog Sees No Appetite From Banks to Rip up Rules After Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's banks and insurers do not want their rulebooks dismantled after Brexit and the ability to ease regulation will depend on the country's future trade deal with Europe, Finan... read more


EU in quandary over rules to encourage smaller banks - watchdog

"But my sense of the mood of the general policymaker community is that the appetite ... ended up crippling the system and requiring an EU bailout. "What we are trying to think of is how would you desi... read more

UK watchdog sees no appetite from banks to rip up rules after Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's banks and insurers want to stick to global standards on financial regulation after Brexit and are not calling for a "race to the bottom" to win business from European riva... read more



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