The longest book ever written?

The Single Rulebook on EU financial regulation is a serious contender for the prize of the longest book ever written. But will it deliver a safer and better financial system?

Lifetime achievement: Charles Goodhart

The LSE and BoE veteran economist has his own ‘law’, and played a key role in the establishment of monetary policy in the UK, Hong Kong’s peg and the ‘New Zealand model’, which influenced a generation of central bankers

Stability versus solvency

There is still far too much regulatory forbearance on troubled bank debt. More on-site inspections and genuine writedowns are needed to fix the banking system

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