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What to watch out for in a landmark year for new regulation.
The intense pace of change of financial regulation has been a recurring theme for this publication over recent years, but it is true to say that the UK’s decision to leave the European Union took us into entirely uncharted territory.
On 7 March 2016, the Senior Managers Regime came into force and there was a huge amount of confusion surrounding the regime. Our guide helps you understand your personal financial regulatory risks and the practical steps you can take to mitigate those risks.
The pace of change in financial regulation was fast as ever, yet we also sensed a shift in the dynamic between the regulator and government. There was more talk of the importance of promoting the competitiveness of the UK as a financial market, an objective that was roundly rejected by the Treasury in the aftermath to the 2008 crisis.
Few would have disagreed that a significant improvement was needed in banking standards or that bankers be remunerated in a way that incentivises good behaviour, and reform of the Approved Persons regime was long overdue.