As financial markets become more globalized and sophisticated, regulatory developments and technological innovations are raising the bar for participation by developing countries. Many would agree that market participants in advanced economies have a vested interest in bringing regulators and policy officials in developing countries up to speed. This private session will explore the business case for U.S. investors and regulators to help improve regulatory structures in other countries, while also learning from developing-country counterparts.
- What are the most effective channels for collaboration with developing countries to prepare for the globalized financial playing field, and what are the costs?
- What skill sets are needed by regulators and other market players in developing countries?
- In turn, what can U.S. investors learn from their counterparts in developing countries, and what can those nations do themselves to train and inform all market participants?