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The Conversation: Connecting the Global Regulatory Agenda

US and European regulatory practices have diverged in crucial areas such as banking oversight, derivatives regulation, and privacy protection. Reforms are moving ahead but gaps persist. Should there be more cooperation?

Sharon Bowles, retiring MEP, Chair, Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament
Sharon Bowles, retiring MEP, Chair, Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament

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5/23/2014 | 12:22:04 PM
Small vs. Big institutions
I'm happy that you mentioend that issue of proportionality. It's a big issue here in the states where we have such a big community banking sector that struggles to match the same compliance requirements that big banks have to deal with. I think it's interesting that some industry associations are helping community banks to pool resources to help with compliance. I expect that trend will continue to grow as there isn't enough consideration in regulations today around the size of institutions.
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