Capco: The Systemic Risk of International Financial Regulation - Part II

Part II

This is the second part of a blog by Philip Booth - Professor of Insurance and Risk Management, Cass Business School - based on his presentation to the Cass Capco Conference: Risk Rebooted in June 2015.

In Part I of this post, I looked at the way international financial regulation encouraged complexity and regulatory capture. In this part, I will examine the problems of herding the making of regulatory mistakes on a huge scale.

Encouraging Common Shocks And Herding 

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