Industry Groups Press Mutual Reg Recognition Case

U.S. and European regulators must ensure mutual recognition when finalizing securitization and derivatives regulation in order to curb jurisdictional conflict and legal and compliance complexity, according to a new study by the E.U.-U.S. Coalition, an umbrella group of industry associations.

  • 20 Jun 2012

U.S. and European regulators must ensure mutual recognition when finalizing securitization and derivatives regulation in order to curb jurisdictional conflict and legal and compliance complexity, according to a new study by the E.U.-U.S. Coalition, an umbrella group of industry associations.

The coalition, which includes the Association for Financial Markets ...

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