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Financial regulation in Europe

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The current crisis has exposed the poor organisation of financial supervisory responsibilities, as central banks, EU ministers, and treasury authorities fought to respond appropriately. This column argues for the reorganisation of the European financial regulatory apparatus using a “four peaks” approach that horizontally divides responsibilities according to objectives. World leaders, after a false start, have made decisions that at least give us a chance of getting past this crisis. Now is the time to start thinking about how to reduce the risk of finding ourselves in the same situation in the future. Many troubled ...
Matthew Yglesias » Liberals have been pretty successful
in extended the hegemonic continuity of [the] Nixon-Reagan Eara. [Emphasis his]” More specifically, I need help understanding this strange impulse among liberals of Rosenberg’s ilk to understate or dismiss most of the work Congress and President Obama have done over the past sixteen months, especially when — as David Leonhardt noted in yesterday’s New York Times — it’s been a burst of activity that “rivals any other since the New Deal in scope or ambition.” Indeed, it’s not hard to list the liberal accomplishments of the last year and a half: the stimulus bill kept a deep ... market research, surveys and trends
Open Europe blog: Soon to be your President?
his views on how the EU’s budget should be financed in the future at a dinner of the secretive Bilderberg group, pleading for direct EU taxes. And as noted by the Telegraph yesterday , he was an architect of the Flemish Christian Democrats’ federalist manifesto, which calls for more EU symbols in town halls, schools and sporting events. The story is also picked up in Belgian daily De Standaard today. The manifesto says : “Apart from the euro, also other national symbols need to be replaced by European symbols (licence plates, identity cards, presence of more EU flags, one time EU sports events”. On the EU Constitution, under the ... market research, surveys and trends


Competition in Financial Regulation
and caps holdings of fixed-rate mortgage loans at 10 percent of assets at each national ... customers would cost $7.1 million. 10. National regulation also enhances the convenience .... F. Competition in Financial Regulation in Europe ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Financial Regulation and Supervision in EU Countries
1.1 The evolution of financial regulation in Europe .... France and Germany the market share of the top five banks is around 10-13 percent, in ...... notified to the Bank of Italy if they are equal to or exceed 100 billion lire (or the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Aeroports de Paris: 2010 Half Year Financial Results
EUR2.4 billion in investments planned for Aeroports de Paris Company including EUR1.8 billion on the regulated perimeter -- Tariff moderation policy Pierre Graff, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Aeroports de Paris, said: "Traffic was severely disrupted in April by the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjoll. Despite this, Aeroports de Paris Group's results for the 1st half of 2010 are satisfying, due in particular to the increase in revenue per passenger achieved in shops within restricted areas. These results are due to the efforts made ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The Dodd-Frank Act: Creative Destruction, Destroyed
The dominant theme of the 2,300-page Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is fear of instability and change, which the act suppresses by subjecting the largest financial firms to banklike regulation. The competitiveness, innovativeness, and risk taking that have always characterized U.S. financial firms will, under this new structure, inevitably be subordinated to supervisory judgments about what these firms can safely be allowed to do. But the worst element of this system is that the extraordinary power given to regulators--and particularly the Federal Reserve--is likely to change the nature of the U.S. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


1 The future of financial regulation and supervision in Europe ...
Looking at the present situation of financial regulation in Europe from some distance, a number of general observations can be made. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Will Financial Crisis Bring U.S.-EU Regulatory Convergence?
U.S.-EU disagreements over genetically modified food (above, being protested in Brussels) have caused tension between the partners. By Andrzej Zwaniecki Staff Writer Washington — Similar regulatory approaches recently pursued by the United States and European Union (EU) to address the financial crisis present an opportunity for more harmony in regulation on the two sides of the Atlantic. But business executives should not count on it, experts say. The trans-Atlantic partners, as members of the Group of 20 (G20) economies, have agreed on principles of financial stability and measures of regulatory cooperation. But despite the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Financial Markets in Europe: Towards a Single Regulator? (Mads Andenas and Yannis ..... structure of financial supervision and regulation in Europe. ...
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What is the 'Volcker Rule' and will it be part of the financial ...
LONDON – The European Union is hoping the financial overhaul moving through Congress will converge with EU calls for more regulation to fix the failures that led to the 2008 banking and credit crisis. The U.S. overhaul is being welcomed by EU leaders from French President Nicolas Sarkozy to British Prime Gordon Brown, who have long argued for the need to reign in the financial system — but trans-Atlantic accord starts to falter however when leaders move from broad goal-setting to implementation and details. In particular, European officials are skeptical of proposals to ban banks from risky trading on their own behalf. They fear ...