Mexico’s Carstens urges review of international bodies


Agustín Carstens, the governor of the Bank of Mexico, on Monday said the international community had a duty to review its regulatory and supervisory framework.

At the Aspen Institute España in Madrid, Spain, Carstens said: "The global regulatory agenda will reshape the international financial system, making the world a safer place by inducing banking institutions to become a more diversified and self-insured business. Nevertheless, it is of paramount importance for the international community to

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