We recently published a RegZone report explaining the increasingly complex structure of financial institution regulation across Europe – The European System of Financial Supervision after the Banking Union  (click here).

For insurers and other non-bank firms (and for non-eurozone banks without cross border operations in the Eurozone), we are publishing a truncated version of this report which omits the Banking Union material titled ‘The European System of Financial Supervision’ (click here)

Charts provide a useful overview and we are publishing today a series of RegZone charts which show how the new structures operate. We are also publishing charts for comparison purposes which show just how much more complex regulation has become since 2010. The charts are –

European Regulation  – international and EU/Eurozone agencies (2014) 

Regulation in Germany  – international, EU/Eurozone and German agencies (2014)

Regulation in the UK  - international, EU/Eurozone and UK agencies (2014) 

Germany - domestic agencies only (2014) 

UK - domestic agencies only (2014) 

Regulation in the UK  - international, EU/Eurozone and UK agencies (2010) 

European Regulation  – international and EU/Eurozone agencies (2010) 

UK - domestic agencies only (2010)