Cass professors put the case for self-regulation

The FT Adviser writes on the IEA's calls for self-regulation in financial markets

Financial markets should be left to regulate themselves, academics from Cass Business School have argued

In a controversial paper, which states that the coalition's proposals on financial reform will not improve regulation in the UK, professors Professor Philip Booth and Terry Arthur have asked whether the country needs a financial regulator.

In the paper, entitled Does Britain Need a Financial Regulator? the academics suggested the regulation of investment markets, financial products, insurance companies and other financial institutions should be stopped and these sectors should instead be allowed to self-regulate within a framework of limited primary legislation.

Read the rest of the article on the FT Adviser website.

See also Does Britain Need a Financial Regulator? by Terry Arthur and Philip Booth

 

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