Regulators must adopt global outlook

The real challenge for the world's financial regulators lies in managing cross-border crises, new research published by the Riksbank states.

The research, co-authored by Stefan Ingves, the governor of the Riksbank, says that managing cross-border crises is becoming increasingly important, particularly in light of banks' increasing international operations.

The internationalisation of the banking sector also entails that regulators must tackle reform jointly on a global level, with regulations

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