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University of Cambridge research investigates bank regulation

last modified Jan 16, 2015 04:58 PM
24 January 2014 – A new research project as been established to investigate whether financial sector regulation in its current form could actually be increasing financial sector risk by failing to take adequate account of both positive and negative environmental externalities that affect financial stability.

The research is being led by the Universities of Cambridge and Zurich is being supported through a partnership between the BEI and the UNEP Finance Initiative. Bloomberg is providing additional support.

The research project will form part of a session at the BEI Forum 2014.

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