The article discusses the challenges that should be addressed in a successful financial regulatory reform. These challenges include the structuring of regulatory systems, separation of prudential supervision and consumer protection regulation, the entity responsible for monitoring and managing systemic risk, and the supervision of cross-border financial services and transactions. The reform proposals considered by Great Britain, the U.S., and European Union are analyzed.
Eric J. Pan,
Four Challenges to Financial Regulatory Reform,
Vill. L. Rev.
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