Who Regulates Banks in the UK?

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The Treasury is responsible for the overall institutional structure of regulation and provides the link between the regulating authorities and government. The Bank of England is responsible for assessing the robustness of financial markets and overseeing the financial system's infrastructure, including the payments system. The FSA is responsible for the authorization and supervision of individual banks, building societies, insurers and other financial firms, and for the supervision of financial markets.
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