In this analysis the author emphasizes the limitations of financial system risk management, with special focus on the inconstancies between achieving relative satisfactory outcomes for individual and systematic risks regulation. He analyses growth of the financial system unbalances resulting from originate-and-distribute risk strategy and market-to-market or fair-value accounting practices. Along with these and other risks arising from different investment revenue opportunities between more and less regulated financial markets, he seeks for systemic risk management solutions and economic vulnerabilities of existing and projecting financial risks regulatory frameworks. From European point of view and in the light of deepening globalization the author analyses proposed framework design for common policy and structural response to financial crisis.
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