Compliance expert Wolters Kluwer Financial Services has launched a network which pools content from five separate UK regulatory websites onto one platform.
Branded the Compliance Resource Network (CRN), it combines material from HM Treasury, Combined Handbook, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the old Financial Services Authority's (FSA) websites.
The network, available via subscription, gives subscribers the tools to allow them to view, research, forward, print, search and personalise regulatory material.
Wolters Kluwer will also provide insight and analysis on regulatory issues. The site is split into seven main areas: expert analysis, regulators, UK government bodies and departments, independent bodies and organisations, legislation and codes of practice, exchanges and international organisations.
Wolter Kluwer Financial Services senior marketing manager Richard Pike said: "Firms who do not get to grips with the new UK regulatory structure - the differing approach, cultural demands and expectations - are in danger of being caught out."
"The impact and consequences of this new structure are still yet to be fully felt but the early signs point to much more interventionist regulatory style. It is therefore essential that firms develop a strong understanding of the requirements and culture of the new regulators in an easily accessible way."
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