The Directory of Financial Regulators: The single source of key information and contacts at regulatory agencies across the globe, all available at your fingertips in a single volume.
Even as markets move towards normalisation, regulators around the world continue to evolve and their roles expand, with the aim of ensuring financial stability.
The framework seen to be emerging internationally focuses on the reduction of systemic risk and involves a combinations of both micro- and macroprudential measures.
As their responsibilities and liabilities develop and new regulatory structures and bodies emerge, so too does our directory on financial supervisors and regulators, How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets.
Now titled the Directory of Financial Regulators, the Directory continues to deliver the very latest organisational and personnel changes at regulators and supervisors from across the globe, as well as the scope and nature of regulators’ activities.
Featuring detailed information on over 350 supervisory institutions in 189 jurisdictions worldwide, the Directory equips you to:
- Make contact with key individuals: the Directory lists contact details for over 4,000 senior regulatory staff around the world, enabling you to quickly identify and make contact with the relevant decision-makers in any one of hundreds of agencies;
- Understand quickly legal mandates and responsibilities; the powers, responsibilities and functions of each agency are profiled concisely to allow you to quickly understand their work; and
- Keep up-to-date with important changes: rigorously researched by Central Banking Publications, the 2014 edition includes up-to-date information about important regulatory changes across the world.
The Directory enables you to contact quickly and easily the regulators, supervisors and central banks who are leading the latest changes and requirements.
- Publish date
- 30 May 2014
- 155mm x 235mm
'...it is important that the work of regulatory authorities is well understood, and those authorities speak to and understand each other. I therefore welcome the 2014 edition of the Directory of Financial Regulators, an invaluable reference source for the “who’s who” and “what’s what” of our world.'
Andrew Bailey (Chief Executive, Prudential Regulation Authority and Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Bank of England)