Regulatory Round Up 2009 and Outlook for 2010

Ridpath, Barbara; Reid, Richard
January 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the significant global financial regulations in 2009 and regulation outlook for 2010. Due to the global financial crisis in 2009, regulations were centered on how to stabilize financial markets. These include Europe's de Larosière Report, Great Britain's Financial Service Authority (FSA) Turner Review and the U.S. Treasury proposals. For 2010, the authors predict that regulatory growth will be limited, as the agreed regulations will be put into actions.


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