Don't FIRA the regulator

10 November 2009 By Rob Cox

Its centrepiece is the creation of a single überregulator for banks. This has its charms. It would avoid giving new power to the Fed and should reduce the risk of regulatory capture. But the experience of Britain s FSA suggests structure alone won t ensure effective regulation.

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