TAILIEUCHUNG - Lecture Money and capital markets: Chapter 17 - Peter Rose, Milton Marquis

Chapter 17 - Regulation of the financial institutions’ sector. After completing this chapter, students will be able: to explore why financial institutions are one of the most regulated industries in the modern world; to discover the many types of regulation, and to understand how the financial institutions have been affected; to understand how regulation has influenced and shaped the structure of financial-services industries. | Chapter 17 Regulation Of The Financial Institutions’ Sector Learning Objectives To explore why financial institutions are one of the most regulated industries in the modern world. To discover the many types of regulation, and to understand how the financial institutions have been affected. To understand how regulation has influenced and shaped the structure of financial-services industries. Introduction Financial institutions are one of the most heavily regulated businesses in the world. Many economists, financial analysts, and financial institutions have argued that regulation has done more harm than good. Other observers, however, argue that government regulations have achieved some positive results for the financial institutions as well as for the public. The Reasons Behind the Regulation of Financial Institutions Concern for the safety of the public’s funds. To promote public confidence in the system. To ensure equal opportunities and fairness in the public’s access to .