US Congress tackles risk reform

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WASHINGTON, DC - Since the financial crisis began, the US financial regulatory system has borne the brunt of the blame for the depth of the problem. An overhauling of the system now seems certain, but how that is to be done it the subject of intense debate for countless interested parties in Washington, DC. The latest critique of the regulatory environment was issued by the Congressional Oversight Panel (COP) in its 'Special report on regulatory reform' published in late January, which also

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