Since the 12th century, numerous regulations and laws have governed businesses in the United Kingdom.
The Companies Registry of the United Kingdom is the principal regulatory authority or agency for company creation in the United Kingdom (Companies House). This is one of the major bodies in charge of regulating how businesses function in the United Kingdom.
Aside from that, there are other types of agencies, such as the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), which oversees all financial operations and prudential rules in the United Kingdom. There is the Bank of England, which is the central bank. This body is in charge of overseeing the country's monetary policy.
As an international customer forming a company in the United Kingdom, you would want to know that you're working with the right people.
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