Risks from regulation


The aggressive timetable to introduce sweeping regulatory reform of the financial system is increasingly looking to be one of the biggest potential risks to the well-being of financial institutions in Asia. The danger is that should proposed new rules be introduced that are ill-considered and inappropriate, they could severely jeopardise development in the region. And the time is fast-approaching when Asian nations should examine whether or not they want to participate in the new regime being

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