Lehman Brothers collapse highlights need for cross-border supervision


LONDON - International debates on cross-border supervision over the past year have stimulated more questions than they have answers. In the European Union, and the G-7 and G-8 countries through the Financial Stability Forum (FSF), increased focus has been placed on the use of supervisory colleges. However, the form these colleges will take, and their role in helping supervisors to manage cross-border liquidity in stress situations, are two pressing questions without conclusive answers.


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