New UK financial services regulatory structure: key regulatory developments tracker

On 1 April 2013, the FSA was abolished and the majority of its functions transferred to two new regulators: the FCA and the PRA. On the same date, the Bank of England (BoE) took over the FSA's responsibilities for financial market infrastructures and the Financial Policy Committee (FPC) was established on a statutory basis.

This resources document contains links to key primary source material and related Practical Law Financial Services legal updates concerning the reforms.

For an overview of the reforms, see Quick guide, New UK financial services regulatory structure. For an index to Practical Law's resources on the reforms, see Practice note, A guide to the new UK financial services regulatory structure: index.

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