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Avoiding pitfalls in the new bank governance framework

July 28, 2010

Before the onset of the financial crisis, bank regulators left governance arrangements to the discretion of individual institutions. Very few jurisdictions had devised extensive bank-specific governance requirements. It did not matter how boards governed their banks, as long as they met substantive prudential requirements.

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