In 2021, former Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government introduced a set of measures that aimed to encourage regulators to “facilitate” London’s competitiveness as a global financial center.These deregulatory pressures — not unique to the United Kingdom — have recalled for some the pre-financial crisis regulatory environment, wherein efforts were focused on ensuring financial system attractiveness rather than its presumed stability.
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