The documents strip the Central Bank not only of its right to regulate the market for banking audits but also of the right to register legal entities planning to go into banking activities.
From now on, a federal body for state control of auditing activities will supervise banking audits, as well as general audits and audits o
- James Bullard on 2% rates, tariffs and Fed leadership
- Turkish central bank raises overnight rates in bid to stop lira’s fall
- Podcast: David Hendry and John Muellbauer on empirical macro
- Policies must change to stop emerging markets crisis, analysts say
- Next financial crisis “will be brewing” in shadow banking – Bullard