Evolving International Supervisory Architexture: Design, Rationale and Policy Reforms
The evolving transnational supervisory arrangements do not fully address the existing asymmetries in institutional arrangements. Seeking to broad base the unrepresentative arrangements to include the developing countries in the standard setting process and thus enhancing the universality of supervisory standards remains a major challenge.
|Date of creation:||May 2005|
|Publication status:||Published in Journal of Banking Regulation 3.6(2005): pp. 246-260|
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