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Changes to the Bank of England

The Bank of England is experiencing its most important institutional and functional changes in a generation.  An article in the Bank's Quarterly Bulletin summarises the changes including, from April 2013, the supervision of banks, insurers and major investment firms; the regulation of the financial system as a whole through the Financial Policy Committee; and the supervision of financial market infrastructure providers.

Changes to the Bank of England (80KB)
2013 Q1 Quarterly Bulletin article by Emma Murphy and Stephen Senior

Watch a short interview with Andrew Bailey on the PRA and the new approach to financial supervision:

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Key Resources

The Prudential Regulation Authority (75KB)
Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin 2012 Q4, article by Andrew Bailey, Sarah Breeden and Gregory Stevens

   Webcast: The PRA approach to prudential regulation - banking

   Webcast: The PRA approach to prudential regulation - insurance 
Webcasts of an event hosted by Andrew Bailey with banks, insurers, building societies, credit unions and investment firms to discuss the PRA "approach documents" published in October 2012.