The British Banking Association (BBA) has published a briefing exploring the over 80 pieces of legislation which have been introduced since the financial crisis in an attempt to make the financial system more stable and secure.

The briefing provides a whistle-stop tour through the many areas of the industry which have been affected by the legislative changes, including:

  • Greater capital requirements for banks.
  • Ring-fencing.
  • Enforcing conduct standards.
  • Increasing competition.
  • Stronger banking supervision.

The briefing can be read here