Guiding Principles for Financial Regulation; Panel Remarks at \\"The Future of Global Finance: Populism, Technology, and Regulation\\" Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY
No 87, Speech from Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
At times, the regulatory framework that has arisen since the global financial crisis can seem like the game of fizzbin (appeared in the original Star Trek TV Show) ? very complicated, seemingly without rationale, and constantly changing. In such an environment, sometimes it helps to take a step back and focus on some underlying principles that should serve as a foundation for any financial regulatory framework, and that can help guide any potential changes to strengthen the framework and promote cross-country harmonization.
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