Central bank has published a paper to support the discussion in November
The Bank of England has said that it will
in November bring together stakeholders across the fixed
income, currency and commodities (FICC) markets to discuss
market functions, the development of the UK’s
market and potential regulatory overlap.
The central bank said that it will hold
the open forum on November 11, inviting stakeholders across the
FICC space, including policymakers, financial market
participants and users, academics, media representatives and
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