Not All Financial Regulation Is Global

Financial regulation usually is a cluster of interrelated policies designed to ensure the proper functioning and integrity of the financial system, including public regulation and supervision of bank capital, leverage, liquidity, and risk management; control of moral hazard and financial industry incentives; customer protection; and regulation of capital markets. Capital flow controls, prevention of money laundering, and taxation of financial activities can overlap with this agenda but are not part of it in a strict sense.

Provided by: Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics Topic: CXO Date Added: Sep 2010 Format: PDF

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