Regulatory Coherence and the Future of Finance: Five Years After the Crash of 2008

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This conference addressed the issues of coherence and innovation in the regulatory response to the financial crisis. The speakers discussed issues such as the objectives and techniques of financial regulation in a post-crisis world; the changes to the institutional structure of regulation at the national, regional and global level; the evolution in the nature and control of systemic risk; as well as the role of enforcement in responding to the financial crisis.

This event was organized in partnership with the University of Glasgow and with the support of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).

A podcast about the event is now available on the Chatham House website and on iTunes.