PRA plans to subject ‘other systemic institutions’ to tougher scrutiny

Institutions designated as O-Siis will be expected to produce resolution plans

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The Bank of England

Banks and investment firms that are systemically important in the UK will be subject to tighter scrutiny but not higher capital requirements, the Bank of England's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) said today (October 19).

The PRA set out the plans in a consultation paper on identifying "other systemically important institutions" (O-Siis), which will cover credit institutions, investment firms and European Economic Area parent mixed financial holding companies that are incorporated in the UK

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