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Rights, duties, best interests? Critically assessing the emerging jurisprudence of financial consumer protection

Financial Regulation International

Rights, duties, best interests? Critically assessing the emerging jurisprudence of financial consumer protection

Following the great financial crisis (GFC) beginning around 2008, the soundness and stability of the financial system – or, more precisely, its lack of those characteristics – became the central concern of relevant lawmakers and regulators. This was both justified and urgently necessary, given the grave threat to wider society posed by the sudden, severe convulsion undergone by the financial system.

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