Banking,  Credit Cards,  Financial Regulation

What’s happening with consumer financial protection around the world

In the United States, there hasn’t been much positive policy action on consumer financial protection recently, at least not at the federal level.

But regulators and policy-makers in the United Kingdom, Australia and Singapore have been trying a range of solutions, some incremental and some radical, to make life better for borrowers in their countries.

You can read more in my post for the Duke Global Financial Markets Center’s FinReg blog.

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