Deutsche Bank: Transatlantic Consistency? Financial Regulation, The G20 And The TTIP

The transatlantic integration of financial markets has suffered a serious setback since the crisis of 2007. Sharp market-driven corrections in cross-border banking and finance have had to be digested, especially in European bank exposures in the United States.

Since then, the countries affected have fundamentally overhauled the regulatory framework governing financial markets. Reforms were adopted and implemented primarily by the Group of Twenty (G20), with the main focus on banking

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