Of course there is the EBA Single Rulebook, an important site that offers answers to questions on bank regulation. However, to me the site looks top-down and may offer only legal answers with sparse context.
Hence my initiative to start a more interactive site on bank regulation. One that can offer context where regulators cannot offer that.
So, the link is here.
I decided to rely on the technology of Stack Exchange. It offers a superior way to answer hard questions. Only relevant answer will bubble up, which means that users do not have to trawl through noisy answers posted by the ignorant among us.
As you will see, the StackExchange section on bank regulation is in an embryonic phase, but if you all support the site, it can become a site that offers lots of information that is hard to come by.