Regulation

Regulation is applied by regulators or supervisors in their relevant jurisdictions to try to ensure the avoidance of such perils as market disruption, systemic risk, market manipulation, trade confirmation backlogs, insider trading, front running and illegal practices, including rogue trading and hiding losses. Major regulators include: The Basel (or Basle) Committee on Banking Supervision, the Bank for International Settlements, the US Federal Reserve, the EU, ECB, UK FCA, Japan FSA and the People’s Bank of China.


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