IIF trumpets principles for relations with regulators

The Washington DC-based Institute of International Finance (IIF) has started banging the gong for its new initiative, a Strategic Dialogue on Effective Regulation. At a conference in Seoul in South Korea, Charles Dallara, managing director, said: “IIF member firms are concerned about the growing complexity of regulations. This complexity is compounded by inconsistencies in regulatory approaches across the globe and divergence in application of international standards such as Basel II.” This

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