European Union - Disgrace at the heart of Europe - Financial services remain trapped inside national borders by meddling governments and the slow pace of EU legislative change. Banks want the rules on use of collateral and market abuse cleared up, clear definitions of professional counterparties and of where trades take place and they want standardized prospectuses. Don't hold your breath.
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