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Vol 22 No 5 May/June 2017

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Legal Aspects of Financial Services Regulation and the Concept of a Unified Regulator

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ISBN13: 9780821364598
ISBN: 0821364596
Published: May 2006
Publisher: The World Bank
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback
Price: £25.50

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Legal Aspects of Financial Services Regulation and the Concept of a Unified Regulator examines legal and policy considerations of creating a regulatory and institutional framework for unified financial services supervision. The book analyzes different regulatory and institutional constraints that a country might face as it moves towards the introduction of a unified supervisory agency.

The book also highlights favorable conditions and factors that could support the introduction of such a unified agency. The author lays out important jurisprudential and interdisciplinary issues that need to be considered when developing regulatory and institutional models of unified financial services supervision.

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Banking and Finance
List of Tables & Figures
1. Designing a sound regulatory framework for financial services supervision
2. Promoting the independence of a financial services regulator
3. The concept of a unified financial services regulator
4. Frameworks for unified financial services supervision : Latvia, the Scandinavian countries, and the United Kingdom
5. Conclusion
Appendix 1 The Estonian Financial Supervisory Act, 2001
Appendix 2 The Hungarian Financial Supervisory Authority Act, 1999
Appendix 3 The Latvian law on the Financial and Capital Market Commission 2001
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