Re-empower the Bank of England

Re-empower the Bank of England
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Jacomb, Sir Martin
Centre for Policy Studies
Date of publication
2 June 2009
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Business and management
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This paper examines the effect of the Tripartite Arrangement, which transferred the Bank of England's role in supervising individual banks to the Financial Services Authority, and argues that the current division of responsibilities between the Bank, the Treasury and the FSA should be reviewed. 

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