Regulatory Roadmap

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Do you remember where the top and bottom is in the regulation of banks and financial service providers? 

The financial services industry is now one of the most heavily regulated and supervised industries. The 2008 financial crisis has shown The failure of certain individual banks can have far-reaching consequences for the economy and society and threaten the stability of the global economic system. These banks are also referred to as systemically important banks: They are "too big to fail". Because of this systemic importance of banks, the financial services industry's regulatory regime plays a far-reaching role compared to other industries.

In order to stabilise the financial sector and to prevent further comparable events, a reform of the entire financial services sector was introduced. As a result, the industry has had to cope with a variety of new challenges, which have been created by new regulatory reforms at national, European and global level.

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