Sir John Cunliffe tells City that regulations imposed since 2008 crisis should not be relaxed to drive economic growth

A senior policymaker at the Bank of England has said that regulations imposed on the banking sector since the 2008 crisis should not be scaled back in any effort to fuel economic growth.

Sir Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor for financial stability, told a City audience that while banks had a key role to play in fuelling economic growth, this should not come at the expense of increasing risks to financial stability.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS