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The European Commission's Financial Service User Group, largely made up of consumer advocates has published a report on avenues for regulation to consider.
In September last year the FSUG produced an interesting report with suggestions on how the interests of users of financial servcies can best be protected through new regulation. This collective report from the group adds to the work done by ECRC coalition partners to provide ideas and new ways of thinking to better regulation and outcomes for consumers (e.g. see the work done by iff for BEUC on financial supervision from a consumer perspective with the suggestion to create national consumer financial protection agencies to complement the existing heavily loaded prudential supervisory infrastructure).

Financial Services User Group’s (FSUG): Making financial services work for financial users - Paper 1: New model financial regulation (September 2012) http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/finservices-retail/docs/fsug/papers/new_model_fin_regulation-2012_09_en.pdf

 



ID: 48207
Publication date: 21/01/13
   
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