Credit ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded its outlook on British banks, citing new regulations as the reason for the change.
The agency has revised its outlook for the sector from a rating of ‘stable’ down to ‘negative’.
The regulations which drove the revision would mean that taxpayers would no longer burden the costs of helping failed banks and that banks would need to ring-fence their operations from riskier conduct.
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