EU's Barnier raises concerns about regulatory fatigue

03/21/2011 | Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

Michel Barnier, internal markets commissioner for the European Union, says progress has been made on efforts to prevent a repeat of the global financial crisis. "We've made four important reforms: the new supervisory architecture, hedge funds, credit rating agencies and rules on remuneration," he said. However, he is concerned that regulatory fatigue might be a problem.

View Full Article in:

Financial Times (tiered subscription model)

Published in Brief: