A Framework for Financial Regulation: A Research Report Prepared for the Economic Council of Canada, 1987
Ministry of Supply and Services Canada, 1987 - Bank failures - 132 pages
Studies the regulations affecting the activities of Canada's financialintermediaries and agents and recommends proposals for improving the effectiveness of regulatory control over the financial system in Canada whichwill enable it to compete in changing international markets.
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Financial Regulation in Canada
Competition in the Financial System
The Soundness of Financial Institutions
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