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Supervising the Regulators?

What specific failings, if any, of the current regulatory structure have led to the proposed creation of the Financial Stability and Development Council is a question that needs to be answered by policymakers. Institutional reform is normally triggered by the failure of an existing institution to perform an assigned task or to keep pace with changing times. Has the existing regulatory system coped poorly or not adapted to changes? Looking back, neither institutional failure nor an inability of the present structure to respond to shocks to systemic stability justifies the FSDC.

HT PAREKH FINANCE COLUMN

Oversight Council under consideration –

Supervising the Regulators?

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