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An incessant torrent of regulation, divergent approaches by different regulators and the practical difficulty of ensuring compliance by employees spread across different locations have created major...
Sequencing of the reforms is wrong, Société Générale's chief European economist tells conference
Sharon Bowles, chair of the European parliament’s economic and monetary affairs committee, believes the end is in sight for the eurozone crisis. She is also positive on co-operation with US lawmak...
A failure of bank governance is behind the recent Libor rate-fixing scandal – and these kinds of failings could pose systemic risks, says José Viñals
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