Statutory guidance

Business impact target: statutory guidance

Guidance for regulators on implementing the business impact target.

Documents

Business Impact Target: assessment EANDCB calculator

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Business Impact Target: policy statement template

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Business Impact Target: Qualifying Regulatory Provisions (QRP) assessment template

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Business Impact Target: Non-Qualifying Regulatory Provisions (NQRP) summary template

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The business impact taget (BIT) concerns the economic impact of regulation on businesses. This guidance is to assist regulators in implementing the provisions of the BIT. It is aimed at policy-makers, analysts and lawyers in regulators and government departments.

Published 2 December 2016
Last updated 19 April 2017 + show all updates
  1. Supporting guidance and templates added.
  2. First published.