Deutsche Bank chief lauds Basel II

Josef Ackermann, Deutsche Bank’s chief executive, has said financial regulators should follow Basel II’s lead and seek to co-operate internationally more often.

Speaking at a symposium on Effective Regulation in the Transatlantic Marketplace organised by the Institute of International Finance, Ackermann said: The globalisation of financial markets has today reached dimensions that render regulatory and supervisory concepts based on purely national foundations inefficient at best – and at worst, ineffective.”

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