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September 2015

Jonathan Faull on building a capital market

The European Commission’s Jonathan Faull has been the driving force behind its Capital Markets Union. Here he discusses the initiative, how to fix securitisation and why regulatory silos aren’t a European problem

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US banks have manged to grow in complexity post financial crisis, but this hasn't meant more risk http://t.co/Z42NYeCvrP

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#Kuwait is preparing to issue a maiden sovereign #sukuk next year http://t.co/pfWNP84928 thanks for comments @AlTamimiCompany @LinklatersLLP

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