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Back to normal? The UK regulatory response to Covid-19

Financial Regulation International

Back to normal? The UK regulatory response to Covid-19

In our December 2020/January 2021 article for Financial Regulation International, we looked back at how UK financial regulation, and financial crime prevention regulation in particular, financial crime prevention. In this update, 18 months on from the start of the first UK lockdown, Emma Radmore of Womble Bond Dickinson looks at the broader financial regulatory response and how, in most respects, the regulators do not expect to have to give firms any further leeway – yet consumer protection concerns remain.

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