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How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2009

By Robert Pringle

Overview

Up-to-date information about important changes in the world’s 500+ regulatory agencies. All available at your fingertips in a single volume.


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Publish date: 16 Jun 2009

Availability: In stock

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Book description

How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2009 profiles the 500+ agencies responsible for supervising banks, insurance companies and securities firms, identifying the key decision-makers in 193 jurisdictions.

How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2009 provides key information about each regulatory agency, covering history, internal organisation and how they cooperate with other regulators nationally and internationally.

This book will help you to:

  • Make contact with key individuals: the 2009 edition lists contact details for over 2,200 senior regulatory staff around the world, enabling you to quickly identify and make contact with the relevant individuals 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;
  • Keep up-to-date with important changes: because our researchers contact all of the profiled agencies every year. You will find in the 2009 edition up-to-date information about important regulatory changes all around the world. All available at your fingertips in a single volume.

Key features:

The facts...fast

For all the leading financial centres, a concise introduction gives overview of the whole regulatory system.

Anti money laundering

For each regulator, the directory lists the lead contact for AML compliance.

Vital statistics

Senior regulators, responsibilities, staffing levels, budgets, number and type of institutions supervised.

Expanded international coverage

The 2009 edition includes details to the key authorities in new regulatory authorities as well as hard-to-contact jurisdictions.

Book details

ISBN
9781902182568
Publish date
16 Jun 2009
Format
Size
170mm x 245mm

Author biography

Robert Pringle

Robert Pringle is the founder and chairman of Central Banking Publications and the editor-in-chief of the Central Banking journal. He has pursued a career as an economics editor, publisher and author specialising in international finance, banking and capital markets. Before starting Central Banking Publications, Robert Pringle was for several years editor of The Banker. He was closely associated with the establishment of the Group of Thirty, the well-known think tank, where he served for seven years as the first executive director based in New York.

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