A Time for Regulatory Humility

November 2007
Securities Industry News;11/12/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p6
Trade Publication
The author stresses the need for the financial services industry to improve its regulatory framework. According to him, transparency requirements have many dimensions within the financial market regulatory framework and that it has a useful role with regards to dealing with obscure financial instruments. He urges credit rating agencies to establish regulatory framework where conflicts of interest are properly and effectively addressed.


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