June 7, 2011

For capital markets regulation to achieve its mission of fostering stable markets, enhancing transparency, and limiting market dislocations - despite the risks inherent in capital markets businesses - it must be strict but flexible. Regulators' failure to recognize the danger signs that led to the crisis, or then manage it effectively, has scarred their credibility. Though they will be tempted to swing too far in the direction of intervention and control, it is incumbent upon regulators to craft balanced solutions in order to restore the health of the securities business. This report analyzes the key initiatives that regulators are likely to undertake to reign in - but hopefully not stifle - the market forces that have historically enabled efficient flows of capital within and across markets around the world.

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