Ten issues for regulators to consider

The credit crisis has shown the inadequacy of current regulation and supervisory arrangements. That is the consensus among most commentators and contributors to the debate who, otherwise, often strongly disagree. Among these many contributors, the Group of 30 has come up with proposals for improving regulation1, supervisory agencies have proposed to adopt new methods of supervision2, and already existing current measures have been reinforced, at national3 and supranational levels.4


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