UK retail bank ringfencing has not damaged sector,

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The UK’s ringfencing regime for retail banking may need simplifying to avoid causing unintentional damage to competition but has not had a negative impact on the sector so faror about 100 per million. Canada also saw rising case numbers around this time, according to a Treasury-led review.

In its initial findings published on WednesdayWith our southern neighbour set to produce enough vaccine for its adult population by May, the report found the regime had “contributed to a more resilient banking sector in the UK” and rejected concerns from some banks that it had harmed the mortgage market in particular.

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The ringfencing regime requires lenders with more than £25bn in deposits to formally separate their consumer operations from investment banking arms to protect ordinary customers from trading losses under legislation passed in 2013.

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