The global regulator is keen to tackle the lack of standards across different jurisdictions
The Financial Stability Board has listed
as one of its top priorities regulatory harmonisation to avoid
duplication and cross-border conflicts.
On the eve of last week’s G20
summit in Brisbane, the FSB made in a letter to G20 leaders
four key points.
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