“AFB supports the steps the Government has taken today to build sustainable public finances. We continue to back its growth agenda and look forward to engaging with the Government on the priorities for our members”. Giles French, CEO, Association of Foreign Banks
Today the AFB published its paper on the operational impact of the post-Brexit points based immigration system.
The AFB welcomes the announcement in the Queen’s Speech of a new Financial Services and Markets Bill. We support the objective of the Bill – to maintain and enhance the UK’s position as a global leader in financial services – and the proposed measures, including updating the objectives
On Wednesday 9 February the AFB responded to HM Treasury’s ‘Future Regulatory Framework Review: Proposals for Reform’. The AFB and its members are broadly supportive of the proposals and welcome measures to ensure the UK remains an attractive place for non-UK headquartered banks to do business, through measures
The AFB is looking forward to attending the Financial Services Skills Commission webinar on the FSSC’s & FSCB report, ‘Inclusion across financial services: piloting a common approach to measurement’. The webinar will be held on 23 February (8:30 –
The AFB is pleased to be able to respond to HMT’s comprehensive review of the UK’s AML/CTF regulatory and supervisory regime. Members can view the response below.
The AFB is pleased to note the publication last week of a revised version of Part II/Sector 15 (Trade Finance) of The Joint Money Laundering Steering Group Limited (JMLSG) Guidance. The update was instigated in 2019 by an AFB member working group led, by
Read the UK CFR Regulatory Developments – September Update, which details all the upcoming outputs of the Climate Financial Risk Forum’s second year work programme, the PRA Supervisory Statement and the FCA Consultation on Climate Related Disclosures.