Turner makes case for radical resolve

York, Nicola
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p68
The article reports on British Financial Services Authority (FSA) chairman Lord Adair Turner's advice to the Members of the Parliament (MPs) on his impression on the authorities' lack of radicalism in overhauling the financial regulatory and supervisory system. Turner plans to form a joint committee between the Bank of England and the FSA which would oversee the financial stability of institutions.


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