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While more than a decade of decisions by Chevron officials led to a massive refinery fire last August, a regulatory regime weakened by insufficient resources and "permissive" language in its safety requirements allowed deteriorating equipment to go
Different timescales and differences in detail are a particular concern to the global banks, as they face the prospect of their home country requirements differing substantially from the requirements they need to meet in Asia," Topping said...
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 One of the banners Republicans began flying when they took control of the General Assembly included just two words: regulatory reform. With thousands of rules on the books regulating issues ranging from water quality to home
January 14, 2013 As the banking industry recalibrates following the economic downtown, the financial regulatory reform agenda has emerged as the key factor powering unprecedented change in global banking operations, according to a new report
00 am In Washington today, bipartisan is a loaded term. The traditional usage of bipartisan refers to an agreement across the usual political divide sometimes a good idea and in many cases the only way to get things done. But a darker meaning applies
Protiviti ( www.protiviti.com ), a global consulting firm, today announced that it has teamed with Morrison & Foerster to add Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) rule maps and work plan guidance to the Protiviti Governance Portal for Regulatory Reform .
But poorly-designed regulation will hamper areas of the economy by diverting resources and energy from more productive uses in those regions. Streamlined, Effective, Productive: an annual update on the Australian government deregulation agenda -
At the 3-day meeting in Bangkok which was wrapped up on Thursday, the IIF Deputy Managing Director and Counsellor Hung Tran said that the gathering was at a time of concern about global output and employment growth, as global economic prospects have
The prime minister will chair the forum, which will hold its first meeting on April 12 prior to the next meeting of the Council of Australian Governments.
Outlook Behind the scenes, at wonkish conferences around Europe, the nitty-gritty of regulatory reform is slowly being worked out. Three speeches caught the eye yesterday alone: the Bank of England's David Miles argued the new Basel III requirements