Regulation of the Securities Industry

  • J. Dundas Hamilton


Future regulation is the single element in the new structure of the securities industry that is currently causing the most public concern. While deregulation from over-stringent restrictions continues abroad, there are fears that too many of the self-regulating features of dual capacity will be irreplaceable in the change at home. The support given by Parliament to the Lloyds of London Bill, which removed dual capacity from the insurance market, is seen as inconsistent with the new amalgamations within The Stock Exchange. It is important, therefore, to look at the regulatory framework that now exists and the investigations into suitable safeguards that took place in the past before examining in detail the proposals for the future.


Stock Exchange Investor Protection Security Market Inside Trading Debt Security 
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© J. Dundas Hamilton 1986

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