Rebooting UK financial regulation for the post-Brexit world

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Recognising the critical role that financial markets will play in the success of the UK’s post-Brexit economy, the Treasury is now engaged in a review of the current financial regulatory framework. The authors propose that the Treasury pursue three key reforms to the current system: i) set regulators a new objective to “make markets effective”; ii) require regulators to collect and analyse the information the regime they implement demands; and iii) devise new accountability arrangements and international engagement practices to ensure that these changes happen.

Published on LSE Business Review