Systemic rules a key challenge: Fed's Rosengren

Some of the most challenging issues on the regulatory agenda surround the role and powers of the institutions charged with systemic regulation, Eric Rosengren, the president of the Boston Federal Reserve, has said.

In a talk in Hong Kong on 5 May at an evening discourse held by the Institute of Regulation and Risk, Rosengren addressed the complexities of both systemic regulation and the resolution of systemically-important institutions, illustrating his talk with the issues arising from the f

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