In a report on global financial reform the Washington-based think tank, Group of Thirty, calls for the creation of a national regulator for banking and insurance in nations like the United States where no such regulator exists.

The report, titled “Financial Reform: A Framework for Financial Stability,” calls on those nations that lack a “framework for national-level, consolidated, prudential regulation and supervision over large, internationally active insurance companies” to be established.

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