The emerging G20 agenda for global financial regulation

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Regulatory reform issues for the financial sector are complex and require a sophisticated response. More importantly, they require business to have a stronger voice.


This speech was delivered by Corrs Partner & CEO John W. H. Denton at the G20 – Financial Stability Board, 7 June 2010. It discusses the G20 and the Financial Stability Board, and their respective roles – given that these bodies together are leading the development work on reforming financial regulation; outlines the major financial regulation reform priorities of the G20; covers some of the issues that these reform proposals raise and what might be the implications for Australia; and considers the importance of ensuring Australian businesses are engaged as part of the G20 process.


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