15 Nov 2014

Minimize the distractations

Karel Lannoo

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While acknowledging the importance of emerging issues such as shadow banking, long-term investment and quantitative easing, Karel Lannoo exhorts the world’s leaders at the G-20 summit in Brisbane to stick to the core agenda, namely ensuring adequate regulation and supervision of all systemically important institutions, instruments and markets. CEPS Chief Executive had been invited by the Australian Institute of International Affairs to contribute his views on the G-20 summit in Brisbane to its publication “G20 Brisbane 2014, Words into Action”.

Read his commentary on p. 135.

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