Paul Volcker on Market Regulation

Former Fed chair Paul Volcker has chaired a new report/survey on global financial market regulation. It’s very, very long, but it is worth reading.

See here. One thing that jumps out, for better worse, is how much of an exception the U.S. model remains.

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