Tag: regulation

Financial Services and Markets Bill: what we know so far

On 10 May, the Queen’s Speech unveiled 38 bills that form the government’s legislative programme for this Parliament: an agenda […]

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Changing Finance: new this month – May

Our monthly round-up of news, ideas and initiatives related to transforming the UK financial system for people and planet, compiled by […]

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The Queen’s Speech failed to turn our financial regulators into a public asset

This piece, by the Lab’s Head of Policy and Advocacy Marloes Nicholls,  first appeared in CityAM, click here to read […]

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Future Regulation of Finance: More of the same, or an opportunity for change?

Lab Associate David Fagleman explains the government’s key proposals for redefining financial services regulation and how civil society is campaigning […]

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‘Competitiveness’ and the battle for financial regulation

It’s time to confront the ‘competitiveness’ agenda that is driving the government’s financial sector reform, argues the Lab’s Head of […]

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Impact-driven or crisis-creating: what is the future of financial regulation post-Brexit?

Lab CEO Jesse Griffiths and Researcher Robin Watts set out the potential and the pitfalls of the government’s push to […]

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Changing Finance: new this month

A monthly round-up of news, ideas and initiatives related to transforming the UK financial system for people and planet, compiled by […]

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Ten highlights from our tenth year

2019 marks the tenth year of the Lab’s journey. It’s a decade that’s seen us grow from a compelling question […]

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The Regulatory Compass

We are living through a period of major political and economic uncertainty. While Brexit and new global forces reshape our […]

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