UK banks blame FSA and EU as they fall behind in the compliance race

They say the supervisor has been consulting less constructively with the industry lately and that many key issues remain unresolved, making it difficult for firms to push ahead with implementation. Defenders of the regulator, on the other hand, say the organisation is doing its best under difficult circumstances, which include having to cope with an increasingly muddled political process within the European Union.

While there is little argument that UK banks are among the best prepared in the

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