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Self-regulation and financial fraud

  • Jacques Loubert
Part of the Studies in Regulation book series (STUDREG)

Abstract

Before developing some ideas surrounding the regulation of financial fraud and malpractice, it is necessary to describe briefly the role of self-regulation in the current regulatory framework of the futures and options market in France. With a few differences, the supervision of the securities market is very close to the regulation of the futures and options market. And, even if with the implementation of the European Directive on investment services some changes will occur, the main framework will remain the same.

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© The Regulatory Policy Institute 1997

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  • Jacques Loubert

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