Bank Regulation
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Bank regulation is a type of government regulation which in turn subject banks to help certain requirements, limitations and guidelines. This regulatory framework creates transparency between financial institutions and the persons and corporations together with whom they carry out business, among other pursuits. The objectives of bank regulation and the emphasis are: Prudential, Systemic risk reduction, Avoid misuse of banks, to protect banking confidentiality and Credit allocation.

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