Reform on track: FSF's Draghi

Efforts by an influential group of supervisors to reform financial markets in the wake of the credit crunch are going to plan.

The Financial Stability Forum outlined a regulatory response to the recent turmoil back in April.

Mario Draghi, the chairman of the Forum and the governor of the Bank of Italy, told G8 finance ministers at the weekend that all of its priority measures were on track to be introduced within the 100-day deadline set by ministers.

The fast-tracked proposals include:

· plans

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