Financial regulation is a form of supervision, which subjects finance institutions to certain needs, restrictions and rules, aiming to take care of the integrity of the economic climate. Financial regulation has also influenced the design of banking groups, by decreasing borrowing costs and increasing the variety of financial products obtainable. The objectives of financial regulators are generally: market confidence, financial stability, consumer protection and reduction of financial crime.
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