Bank of England regulation of financial market infrastructures (FMIs)

This note provides 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.


 

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