PRA: role, governance and powers

An overview of the PRA, the UK financial services regulator responsible for the micro-prudential regulation of systemically important firms, including banks and insurers. The note considers the roles and responsibilities of the PRA, its legal status, its governance arrangements and the accountability mechanisms that apply to it.


 

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