Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees

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The U.S. Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee
The Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee is comprised of experts drawn from academic institutions and private organizations who meet each quarter to identify and analyze public policy issues regarding the financial services industry. Each meeting concludes with one or more policy statements written to clarify policy issues and recommend improvements in regulatory policy. (These statements are listed below.) Although the Committee meets at the offices of the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research in Washington, D.C., it is independent and reflects a wide range of views. For further information about the U.S. Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee and links to the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees in Asia, Europe, Japan and Latin America, please see Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee.

The International Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee

The Latin American Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee
Joining the efforts of the Shadow Financial Regulatory Committees from the U.S., Europe, and Japan, a group of Latin American economists with strong expertise in the field of banking, finance, and regulation of financial services and markets set up the Latin American Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee (LASFRC). The LASFRC was formed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in July 2000. Chairperson of the committee is Liliana Rojas-Suarez. For further information regarding the Latin American Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee see www.claaf.org.