Oliver Wyman and ASIFMA, the financial industry’s leading regional trade association, earlier released a report titled Addressing Market Fragmentation Through the Policymaking Lifecycle.
The report builds on the existing body of analysis of regulatorily-driven market fragmentation by offering a comprehensive framework and argues that market fragmentation and its effects must be addressed throughout the policymaking lifecycle.
Oliver Wyman is invited to speak at a panel hosted by ASIFMA, to further discuss the regulation-driven market fragmentation in Asia. The virtual event will cover the following areas:
What is regulatorily driven market fragmentation, and why is it so significant an issue in Asia-Pacific?
From capital and liquidity issues to sustainable finance and data and policy law, where are the biggest concerns?
What is the impact on markets and end-users? How are firms coping?
What is being done through the policy making lifecycle to address market fragmentation?
What have we learnt through the COVID-19 crisis so far that could inform how we look at regulatorily driven market fragmentation in future?
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