Contributing to the Global Economy

From Crisis to Confidence: A Call for Consistent, High-Quality Global Regulation

IFAC
Feb 03, 2016 | Surveys & Reports
English

While business and finance are increasingly global, regulation is frequently not. Often focused on ‘national interest’ – which can create barriers to inclusive growth and jeopardize the global economy – this report identifies ten key principles for consistent, high-quality, global regulation.

The principles are derived from a round table held in Hong Kong in December 2015, which brought together 30 key senior executives and experts from regulatory agencies, financial markets, government, academia, listed companies, investment funds and the accounting profession. 

 

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