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Part VII: A Troubled System > Reforms to Protect Small Investors

Chapter 16. Reforms to Protect Small Investors

What is needed in the United States is regulatory reform of financial markets that will increase public confidence by setting higher ethical standards for the behavior of the players in the Financial Value Chain. In part, this involves maintaining more transparency not only of financial data about firms—a favorite reform of professionals in the Financial Value Chain —but also of the transactions among financial institutions.

But more than increased transparency is needed today to protect the small investor.


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