Structured Risk Analytics LLC Urges Caution in Regulatory Financial Reform by Maintaining Proper Balance Between Innovation and Regulation

Jan 19, 2010, 11:11 ET from Structured Risk Analytics LLC

MOUNTAINSIDE, N.J., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Structured Risk Analytics LLC commented today that regulatory reform should not discourage innovation but should address the gap between financial innovation and regulation to minimize the magnitude of future financial bubbles.

In its article "Financial Regulatory Reform: Toward Building a Better Mouse Trap" published on its website (http://www.globalsra.com) the company recommends greater communication between the Federal Reserve, the Treasury, and the Council of Economic Advisors, and urges the use of a shared "Watchlist" of firms and sectors in anticipating future bubbles. SRA suggests clarifying regulatory responsibilities to reduce competition among regulatory agencies and points out the need to narrow the wage gap with the private sector.

For further information please visit http://www.globalsra.com

Ed Bankole

President

Structured Risk Analytics LLC

908-233-5543

1111 US Route 22 East

Mountainside, NJ 07092


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