FSB sees limited evidence of regulatory side-effects

The Bank for International Settlements

Efforts to reform the global financial system post-2008 do not appear to be creating major unintended consequences, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) said today (August 31).

As part of its work in monitoring the international reform process, the FSB published some initial analysis of how regulations are fitting together. Market liquidity has not been significantly impaired, emerging markets are not reporting major problems, and global integration is holding up, the report said.


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