- Financial institutions should have a strong incentive to behave more responsibly to both regain trust and to enable regulators to take pressure off
- Investors and end-users needs to be more realistic about what both financial institutions and regulators can achieve, but also remain alert of impact of the cost and availability due to regulations
- Regulators and politicians must consider the whole impact of a reform or regulation before putting it in to action. They need to realize that banking is a risk business, but also understand that finance is a contributor of economic growth
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