Subject to any transitional relief, forms and templates applicable before 11pm Thursday 31 December 2020 should be read in conjunction with Supervisory Statement (SS) 2/19, which sets out how the PRA expects firms to interpret EU-based references in reporting and disclosure requirements and regulatory transactions forms.
The lists of banks and building societies that we regulate are updated monthly, the list of investment firms and credit unions is updated annually, and the list of insurers is updated quarterly. They are intended to be used as a guide only. We will reflect the status on future lists for those firms who have been affected by the UK withdrawal from the EU.
5 December 2019 To ensure consistency of how the information is displayed on this page, going forward the naming convention for various lists will be date stamped in the format “As at the day/month/year” it was published. Therefore the data for November will be titled 2 December 2019.
This list is based on the definition of 'bank' in the PRA Rulebook glossary Opens in a new window Opens in a new window.
Building societies we regulate
A building society is defined by the Building Societies Act 1986.
Ring-fenced bodies (RFBs)
From 1 January 2019, our general safety and soundness objective has been amended to reflect the aims of structural reform (also referred to as ring-fencing). The list – which will be published annually – sets out the UK banking groups included entities which were ring-fenced bodies (RFB) pursuant to section 142A of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) (as amended), and includes the individual RFBs within each group.
Current ring-fenced bodies
Historical PRA-regulated bank and building society lists
Merger confirmation decisions
Exercising certain functions under the Building Societies Act 1986
On 2 April 2015, we published SS19/15 ‘Exercising certain functions under the Building Societies Act 1986’ and referred to the forms available below.
Insurers operating in the United Kingdom
These lists set out the UK-authorised insurers, Gibraltar-authorised insurers and the insurers incorporated in the European Economic Area (EEA) with deemed Part 4A permission in the Temporary Permissions Regime (TPR) or Supervision Run-Off (SRO). We update these lists four times a year.
Please see the National Archives for lists issued before July 2017:
Decision by the Prudential Regulation Authority on the Application of Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society to convert to Liverpool Victoria Financial.
Decision by the Prudential Regulation Authority on the Application of Police Mutual Assurance Society Limited to transfer all of its engagements to The Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Limited.
Decision by the Prudential Regulation Authority on the Application of Civil Service Healthcare Society Limited to transfer its insurance policies and related engagements to Bupa Insurance Limited and to transfer its operating assets and liabilities to Bupa Insurance Services Limited.
Decision by the Prudential Regulation Authority on the Application of Kingston Unity Friendly Society to transfer its engagements to the Independent Order of Oddfellows Manchester Unity Friendly Society Limited.
Investment firms we regulate
A PRA-designated investment is a firm that, broadly speaking, meets the following conditions:
- It has, or has applied for, permission to deal in investments as principal
- It has (or would have if it was authorised) a minimum capital of €730,000, or is broadly analogous to a European Economic Area (EEA) passporting firm or non-EEA firm
- It qualifies under our criteria for designated investment firms.
Firms that appear on this list do not hold permission to take deposits. Deposit takers with similar business models to the firms in this list appear in the list of banks we regulate.
Investment firms that do not appear on either of these lists are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Please see the National Archives for lists issued before December 2016:
Parent Financial Holding Companies/Parent Mixed Financial Holding Companies we have approved
This list is based on the definitions of ‘UK Parent Financial Holding Company’ and ‘UK Parent Mixed Financial Holding Company’ in the PRA Rulebook Glossary (UK parent financial holding company) / PRA Rulebook Glossary (mixed financial holding company).
FHC FRN CRR written notices Lamb’s Passage Holding Company 851285 CRR Ar. 26(3) Arbuthnot Banking Group plc 421815 CRR Ar. 26(3) Schroders plc 419747 None OSB Group Plc 941186 Rathbone Group Plc 205571 TSB Banking Group plc 622401 CRR Ar. 26(3) Tesco Personal Finance Group plc
950242 CRR Ar. 26(3) City of London Group Plc 540077 CRR Ar. 26(3) BLME Holdings Limited 608741 None TBOL Limited 957968 CRR Ar. 26(3)
CRR Ar. 26(3)
Zopa Group Limited 777722 CRR Ar. 26(3) Aldermore Group Plc 501539 CRR Ar. 26(3) CABIM Ltd 959213 None Paragon Banking Group Plc 101563 Provident Financial PLC 223302 CRR Ar. 26(3) Tandem Money Limited 684908 CRR Ar. 26(3) Standard Chartered PLC 212572 Virgin Money UK Plc 744208 The Co-operative Bank Holdings Limited 788731 Close Brothers Group Plc 221006 Lloyds Banking Group Plc 203491 PCF Group Plc 312701 Santander UK Group Holdings Plc 947933 CRR Ar. 143(1) Shawbrook Group Plc 540563 The Carlyle Trust Limited 203402 Weatherbys Bank Holdings Ltd 450410 NatWest Group Plc 228174 CRR Ar.77 & 78(1)(b) HSBC Holdings Plc 203795 Barclays Plc 204365 CRR Ar. 77 & 78(1)(b) Nomura Europe Holdings Plc 446819 J.P Morgan Capital Holdings Limited 217769 Morgan Stanley International Limited 218356 Investec plc 214665 Eagles Peak Holdings Limited 973750 None UTB Partners Limited 974540 None
Standing Data are basic information we hold about your firm and publish on the Financial Services Register. You can keep it up to date online using Connect. Firm details displayed on the Financial Services Register includes your firm's registered name, trading name(s) and address details. For information, see the Standing Data form which details information to be completed on Connect. You should regularly check the information we hold about your firm, as you are responsible for making sure it is current and correct.