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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Dr. Subbarao's comments about FSLRC's treatment of systemic risk

On 5 June, Dr. Subbarao did a speech at the Indian Merchants Chamber, which expressed views about the FSLRC treatment of systemic risk, which has spawned an interesting discussion:
I find myself repeating two things all the time on the draft Indian Financial Code. The first thing I say to people is: `Read the draft Code!' It is plain English and is fully comprehensible by anyone.

The second thing I say is: `Don't think about one section or one chapter at a time, understand the fuller interlinkages about how the whole thing fits together'. Very often, an apparently small modification to one section or one chapter would have legal effects beyond what is envisioned at first blush.

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