Global regulatory reform not in sight: Kern Alexander


The outlook for international regulatory reform remains uncertain as international agreement is further complicated by conflicts over responsibilities of home and host regulators, writes Kern Alexander from the Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy, University of Cambridge.

Alexander argues that regulatory convergence between the European Union and the United States will remain limited and disputes will arise regarding how to supervise too-big-to fail institutions and over oversight of market

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