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11 May 2009 By Rob Cox

The examinations forced various regulatory bodies to cooperate. And comparing banks against each other mitigated the Lake Wobegon effect, where everybody in isolation is above average. However it’s structured, that’s what a revamped prudential oversight regime should do.

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