I’m at Harvard this week teaching at the Program on International Financial Systems, so the blogging will be light.  But with the US Treasury Department pushing for the Fed Reserve Vice Chair of Supervision to head the Financial Stability Board, media have speculated what changes could come. Here’s an overview of Treasury’s international regulatory agenda–and my analysis.  (Spoiler: expect more talk of “market access” in FSB forums, which would mark a significant change, to say the least, from its moorings borne of the 2008 financial crisis).

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