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CII Library | Book | Published 2012
CII Library | Book | Published 2012
CII Library | Article | Published 01-2012
This article investigates the current discussion on the regulatory framework for credit rating agencies from the perspective of the insurance industry, focusing on the European Union.Published in: The Geneva papers, January 2012 (37/1), pp 47-76
CII Library | Article | Published 01-2012
The 2007-2009 financial crisis resulted in failures of many large financial institutions and among the G8 countries, only Canada did not have to provide financial support to distressed financial institutions.Published in: The Geneva papers, January 2012 (37/1), pp 155-174
CII Library | Article | Published 01-2012
The recent financial crisis and its cascading effects on the global economy have drawn increased attention to the regulation of financial institutions including insurance companies.Published in: The Geneva papers, January 2012 (37/1), pp 175-199
Technical articles | 06 Nov 2013
On 1 April 2014, consumer credit regulation will move from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This briefing updates on the changes, reflecting recent FCA consultations on detailed rules and fees.
Technical articles | 12 Sep 2013
On 1 April 2014, consumer credit regulation will move from the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). This note summarises the changes, who might be affected by them, how the new regulation might look, and what members might consider doing in the meantime.
Research | 26 Jun 2013
Much of the debate around the splitting of the old FSA into two had focused on the structural implications of regulation, but only know is the potential implications of the culture of regulation, particularly under the FCA as conduct regulator becoming clearer. 
CII Library | Article | Published 10-2017
 

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