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Regulatory challenges – Governance and supervision 

The financial crisis demonstrated that large, complex and interconnected financial institutions can generate disproportionate risks to financial stability. Policy-makers have agreed that Systemically Important Financial Institutions (SIFI) must accept broader and more in-depth measures to avoid these significant impacts in future. But while they work out the overall picture, firms need to consider the implications of the potential outcomes, in order to influence both their regulators and the wider debate.

The page will host a range of KPMG publications, reports, alerts and news items, highlighting the key implications for firms, in relation to financial stability related reforms. New content will be added monthly so please register and you will receive email alerts.

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Financial institutions need to understand the implications of regulations which are imposed to create financial stability. This page will help banks, insurance and investment fund houses understand the implications.