Bank of England regulation of FMIs

An overview of the role of the Bank of England (BoE) as the UK regulator responsible for financial market infrastructures (FMIs): central counterparties (CCPs), settlement systems and recognised payment systems.

This note is part of a series of notes relating to the new UK financial services regulatory structure. For more information, see Practice note, A guide to the new UK financial services regulatory structure: index.


 

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