As markets have become more globalised over the past few decades, it has become ever more crucial for regulators to sing from the same hymn sheet. That was an undercurrent of the post-crisis G20 discussions and central to the group’s subsequent declarations to bring national regulators together in a common approach to policy setting.
It’s a praiseworthy ideal, but not one that’s altogether working out in practice as Europe attempts to produce its largest ever financial regulations in the form
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