Financial Regulation: Why, How and Where Now? by Charles Goodhart, Philipp Hartmann, David T. Llewellyn,

By Charles Goodhart, Philipp Hartmann, David T. Llewellyn, Liliana Rojas-Suarez, Steven Weisbrod

Financial Regulation offers a huge restatement of the needs and targets of monetary law. The authors offer info and knowledge at the scale, nature and prices of regulatory difficulties worldwide, and examine what kind of nations and sectors require distinct consciousness and guidelines. Key issues coated include:
* the necessity to recast the shape of regulation
* incentive constructions for monetary regulation
* proportionality
* new ideas for danger management
* legislation in rising countries
* problem management
* clients for monetary law sooner or later.

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We consider in this chapter some general principles that should guide the creation of an optimal institutional structure of regulatory agencies. Not only have the forces of technology, greater competition and both de- and re-regulation ended functional separation within countries, they have also done so between countries. The growth of the global financial intermediary implies that the failure of an intermediary headquartered, or a market situated, in one country can have ramifications in many others.

G. the public and their parliamentary representatives, the regulators, and the regulated firms within the financial system. We need to consider how each may respond to the regulatory framework and their (differential) information. In Chapter 3 we consider in particular the principal-agent relations between the regulators and the regulated, notably whether the regulators can reinforce the incentives of the regulated to control their own risks internally. We propose a reinterpretation of financial regulation as a contract which is designed so as to make it in institutions?

Introduction Our starting point is that many countries have experienced significant banking sector problems at some stage during the past fifteen years. The outcome has been worse than in any similar period since the Great Depression of the 1930s. e. poor credit control, connected lending, insufficient liquidity and capital, and in general poor internal governance. In most countries, especially perhaps the emerging and transitional countries, there is a need for enhanced and improved external supervision to reinforce internal controls.

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