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Global Chamber Platform will present 12 concrete measures for financial sector regulation

Experts of the Global Chamber Platform will elaborate a dozen concrete proposals to improve regulation governing the financial sector.  “These proposals will be sent to political institutions, central banks and most importantly the G8 and G20,” announced Christoph Leitl, Honorary President of EUROCHAMBRES and GCP Chairman.

Stricter financial market regulation was one of the main concerns of the members of Global Chamber Platform (GCP) according to their annual economic survey presented on Tuesday in Istanbul.

“It must be borne in mind that financial risks are spread on a global scale, no country or region is immune from the activities in other regions,” said Mr Leitl.  Hence, initiatives seeking more coherent financial market regulations on the international stage need to be supported by businesses and Chambers worldwide.

“It is time to strengthen growth and employment by bringing more certainty into the financial system,” concluded Mr Leitl.

About the Global Chamber Platform
The GCP brings together 16 major national and trans-national Chamber organisations from the four corners of the globe.  It represents 100 million enterprises with over a billion employees.


Further information: Mr Dominic Boucsein, Tel. +32 2 282 08 53,

Press contact: Ms Guendalina Cominotti, Tel. +32 2 282 08 66,

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