The International Financial Cooperation – Recent Reforms
Eva Hüpkes ()
European Company and Financial Law Review, 2012, vol. 9, issue 2, 179-193
The current financial crisis demonstrated, once again, the need for strengthened international financial cooperation. This article discusses the features of the international financial architecture and recent changes focusing on the role of the Financial Stability Board (FSB). It briefly reviews the post-war BrettonWood arrangements and the changes that occurred after their establishment and recounts the genesis of the FSB and its role in promoting a coherent regulatory framework for a globally integrated financial system.
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