The Regulatory Policy Institute Research Group

Is it possible to serve more than one master? Regulatory issues where there are multiple regulatory mechanisms

Where it is plainly in the public interest, there can be multiple regulatory mechanisms that do not imperil the independence of the regulator. To achieve the goal of alignment of achievement of shared objectives, protocols or MOUs, government guidance to independent regulators are often the most transparent and efficient way of promoting the interests of the consumer.

Delivered as part of ‘The future of independent regulation‘, Annual Westminster Conference 2013

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