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The UK Finance press office provides industry comment, information and data on banking and finance issues

The UK Finance press office provides industry comment, information and data on banking and finance issues. We have a wide range of spokespeople available to speak to the media.

Journalists and media outlets can contact the press office on 020 7416 6750 or email press@ukfinance.org.uk. A duty press officer is always available via the same contact details for out of hours queries.

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The need for a modern data and technology infrastructure

11.04.22

Blog

The need for a modern data and technology infrastructure

As I said in my previous blog post for UK Finance, the "Dear CEO" letter from the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) to regulated financial entities in the UK was a wake-up call - but SaaS regulatory technology offers solutions.
News in brief - 4 April 2022

08.04.22

News in brief

News in brief - 4 April 2022

Consumer confidence calls as cost of living crisis continues

08.04.22

News in brief

Future regulatory framework review: what to look out for

08.04.22

Blog

Future regulatory framework review: what to look out for

We are now seeing how regulators will start to transition out of the pandemic and move into new territory. The future regulatory framework (FRF) review outlines key considerations for firms in this next phase and how they will need to adapt to upcoming regulatory changes. We highlight these changes and outline what businesses can do to prepare.

07.04.22

News in brief

Japanese knotweed: a knotty problem?

07.04.22

Blog

Japanese knotweed: a knotty problem?

Favourite of Victorian horticulturalists, adventurous foragers and railway embankment engineers, Japanese knotweed has had an interesting history in Britain since its introduction in the 1840s.

06.04.22

News in brief

Clearing and CCPs: The importance of ongoing policy developments in the EU

06.04.22

Blog

Clearing and CCPs: The importance of ongoing policy developments in the EU

One significant theme to arise following the UK's departure from the European Union (EU) has been that of clearing, in particular the ability for EU market participants to access clearing services in London via UK central counterparties (CCPs), and vice versa.

05.04.22

News in brief