- Narrow the Focus of CFPA. Coleman, Joseph // American Banker;4/27/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 64, p9
This article questions the need for U.S. Senate-proposed legislation that would regulate all financial products and not just those products that caused the financial crisis. The article states that the other products are already sufficiently regulated.
- Regulation in the Mortgage Market. Cattell, Debby // Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 5/6, p103
The article offers information on the progress of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) regulation for the British mortgage market that was implemented in October 2004. It explores the main elements of the regulatory framework that failed to prevent the negligence and malpractice in the market...
- Participants at Lloyd's mull plan to change capital rules. Veysey, Sarah // Business Insurance;6/7/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 23, p10
Managing agents and other players in the Lloyd's of London market are currently reviewing a consultation paper that proposes new assessments of the level of capital that syndicates should hold. In the paper, the Financial Services Authority, Great Britain's financial services regulator,...
- REGULATION HAS COST 60% MORE SINCE THE CRISIS. // Treasurer;Jun2014, p6
The article reports that according to research from financial services consultancy Kinetic Partners, regulation has cost 60 percent more expensive since the end of financial crisis.
- Rethinking the framework for regulation of the Jamaican financial sector. Malcolm, Christopher P. // Journal of International Banking Regulation;Jul2004, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p297
The Jamaican economy and the financial sector, in particular, suffered a liquidity and confidence crisis in the late 1990s, the repercussions of which are still being felt. Although the impact has largely been negative, the crisis highlighted the need for and has been the impetus for fundamental...
- A lame rap against low-income buyers. PAGE, CLARENCE // Caribbean Business;10/16/2008, Vol. 36 Issue 41, p28
The author reflects on the development and usefulness of Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) in combating financial crisis in the U.S. The author illustrates that the CRA law requires banks that receive federal insurance to offer their loan services within their own geographic communities only. He...
- Starting Points on Road To a Regulatory Revamp. Ludwig, Eugene A. // American Banker;5/15/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 93, p9
This article discusses some ways to begin changing the financial services industry's regulatory system to better protect against the situations that led to the crisis of 2008-2009. The author recommends that all financial institutions operate on a level playing field in order to insure the...
- Financial Crisis and its Impact on Indian Capital Market in the Arena of Financial. Suresh, Anli // Journal of Finance, Accounting & Management;Jul2010, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p12
India, like most other emerging market economies, has so far, not been seriously affected by the recent financial turmoil in developed economies. Because, India adapted financial innovations along with strong regulations. Hence, capital inflows in the past few years increased sharply and have...
- Banking and financial sector reform. // OECD Economic Surveys: Baltic States;Mar2000, p103
Focuses on the reform of the banking and financial sector in the Baltic States in the 1990s. Benefits from the free movement of capital; Details of the first phase of financial markets reforms in the region; Causes of banking failures; Effects of the Asian and Russian financial crisis.