Shadow Banking Rules to Cut Risk of Credit Crunch Rerun Arrive

  • Rules are part of EU response to 2008 financial crisis
  • Aim is to prevent leverage rising out of sight of regulators

A European Union regulation intended to prevent a rerun of the global credit crunch by shining a light on financing arrangements such as repurchase agreements, securities lending and margin loans comes into force on Tuesday.

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