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Architecture for Regulating Finance

Building on reports published in 2017 and 2020, The Architecture for regulating finance workstream considers how the UK’s regulatory framework manages the additional scope and powers due to the UK’s exit from the European Union. It considers the roles of firms, regulators and government in the UK’s framework and how it can be refined to ensure the UK system remain one of the most robust in the world. The outputs produced by the workstream are used in extensive engagement with government, parliament and regulators.

Our previous reports are:

The architecture for regulating finance after Brexit

The architecture for regulating finance after Brexit: Phase II

The workstream is chaired by Julian Adams, Director, Public Policy and Regulation, M&G and has been supported by Linklaters with input from the following organisations:

ABI
AFME
AIG
AIG Europe
Allianz Global Investors
Aviva
Barclays
BNY Mellon
Citigroup
Fidelity International
HSBC
IA
JP Morgan
Linklaters LLP
Lloyd's of London
London Stock Exchange Group
MarketAxess Europe
Moody's
Prudential plc
PwC
Schroders
UK Finance