Research: Backing Market Forces: How To Make Voluntary Standards Markets Work For Financial Services Regulation (2013)

Backing Market Forces: How To Make Voluntary Standards Markets Work For Financial Services Regulation (2013)

This report is the outcome of a research project conducted between June and November 2013 which explored how voluntary standards markets might be applied to financial services regulation and sought to provide independent verification of their potential in the financial services sector.

The central finding of this report is that voluntary standards could play a greater role in rebuilding a safer and more trusted financial services sector. The report illustrates the use of standards in other industries, the drivers behind their development, the application of existing standards in the financial services sector, other areas in financial services to which standards markets might also be applied, and who might be the potential users of new standards for areas of financial services.
A copy of the report, published by BSI, the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and Long Finance in November 2013, can be downloaded from the BSI website.

Authors:

Professor Michael Mainelli, Z/Yen Co-Founder

Chiara von Gunten for BSI and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI)

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