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C. ,Investor Protection (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1992). , Regulation of Securities and Futures Dealing (Sweet & Maxwell, 1992). CHAPTER3 Regulation in Practice Patrick Bentley, Howard Jarman and David Winstone 1. Introduction In Chapter 2, the reader was introduced to the issues and principles of regulation of the financial system. By way of exemplification, this was illustrated by reference to the investment sector of the financial services industry. The present chapter builds on this by examining the practice of regulation in three other sectors of the financial services industry: banking, building societies and insurance.
The emphasis is on functional rather than institutional regulation, which is generally agreed to be necessary because of the growth of multi-product financial institutions. But alongside this functional approach are the unwieldy and overlapping SROs. 2 shows the extent to which the SROs are linked, and the problems this causes for intermediaries. 3). There are a whole range of overlapping jurisdictions, which allows for the possibility of both over-regulation of functions and under-regulation of functions, where poor harmonisation and co-operation exists amongst the regulators.
The Blue Arrow case, for example, was the longest and most costly fraud trial ever in the UK, but failed to end in any prosecutions. Moreover, in the second Guinness trial there were no convictions, and the third Guinness trial was abandoned. Out of 29 charges brought in the Blue Arrow, Guinness and Barlow Clowes trials only six convictions resulted. The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) was criticised for bringing charges to court that were too complex and 26 The Financial Regulation Framework took too much time to cover, and the situation can only have been exacerbated by the number of regulators involved in the information-gathering process for the prosecution.
Current Issues in Financial Services by Brian Anderton (eds.)