How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets 2012 provides key information about each regulatory agency: its history, its internal organisation and how it works with other regulators nationally and internationally.
The book equips you to:
- Make contact with key individuals: the 2012 edition lists contact details for over 3,500 senior regulatory staff around the world, enabling you to quickly identify and make contact with the 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;
- Keep up-to-date with important changes: Researched and updated every year, you will find in the 2012 edition up-to-date information about important regulatory changes all around the world. All available at your fingertips in a single volume.
For all the leading financial centres, a concise introduction gives overview of the whole regulatory system.
For each regulator, the directory lists the lead contact for AML compliance.
Vital statistics - including a breakdown of central banks' regulatory responsibilities.
The 2012 edition includes details to the key authorities in new regulatory structures as well as hard-to-contact jurisdictions.
- Publish date
- 31 May 2012
- 170mm x 245mm