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In this short video we ask our experts how regulatory change will affect market participants, and the markets themselves. Without a crystal ball to predict the future, firms still need to be compliant, while trying to pre-empt the direction of regulatory reforms that are not yet finalized. This will inevitably cause business disruption. The following spokespeople give their views on how brokers, exchanges and other participants might begin to prepare themselves:
As Dave Tolladay puts it, “The wrong answer is to do nothing.” So what is the right answer? How do banks emerge as leaders from this time of change?
This is Part 2 of our 4 Part market surveillance video series. Here's Part 1 in case you missed it: Cutting through the confusion of financial regulation.
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