Regulators should break down boundaries that limit cross-border information sharing, the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (Iosco) said on Monday.
In a report on tools that will help supervisors cooperate, the Madrid-based body's technical committee highlighted the need for day-to-day information exchange outside the context of enforcement. "Where financial firms or other market participants operate across borders, financial regulators can benefit from sharing information they
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