Publisher description for When free markets fail : saving the market when it can't save itself / Scott McCleskey.


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Authoritative guidance for navigating inevitable financial market regulation
The reform of this country's financial regulation will be one of the most significant legislative programs in a generation. When Free Markets Fail: Saving the Market When It Can’t Save Itself outlines everything you need to know to stay abreast of these changes.
Written by Scott McCleskey, a Managing Editor at Complinet, the leading provider of risk and compliance solutions for the global financial services industry
Looks at the intended result of these regulations so that institutions and individuals will have a greater understanding of the new regulatory environment
Offers a realistic look at how these regulations will affect anyone who has a bank account, a car loan, a mortgage or a credit card
Covers the reforms that have been enacted and looks forward to future reforms
Both theoretical and practical in approach, When Free Markets Fail provides a strong overview of coming regulation laws with insightful analysis into various aspects not easily understood.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Financial institutions -- State supervision -- United States.
Financial institutions -- Government policy -- United States.