the increasing sophistication and complexity of financial instruments (especially derivatives);
the increasingly complex nature of financial strategies (trading and hedging in particular);
the increasingly rapid transmission of information (financial and otherwise) between financial institutions, financial institutions and their customers, among users of financial markets and the markets themselves, and among all of these actors across national borders.
KeywordsFinancial Institution Smart Card Large Bank Trading Book Market Discipline
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