Sifma called for the inclusion of the financial regulation in negotiations
US trade body, the
Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (Sifma),
has called for the inclusion of financial services regulation
within proposed EU-US trade deal, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and
Investment Partnership (TTIP).
In a letter sent to US
trade representative and lead TTIP negotiator Michael Froman on
Saturday, Sifma chief Kenneth Bentsen said it was "crucial" to include financial
services regulation within TTIP "to address the cross-border
elements rules and regulations in a timely and efficient way.
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