G20 group: more supervisory colleges needed

Regulators should collaborate to establish supervisory colleges for all major cross-border financial institutions, says a report from a working group prepared for the G20 London summit.

The report also says that major global banks should meet regularly with their supervisory college for comprehensive discussions of the firm's activities and assessment of the risks it faces.

The report also notes that national and regional authorities should review resolution regimes and bankruptcy laws in light

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