Transparency Taskforce set to establish financial stability parliamentary group

Aims to avoid ‘another Global Financial Crisis’

Mike Sheen
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Transparency Taskforce will hold a meeting on financial stability at the House of Commons on 7 February
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Transparency Taskforce will hold a meeting on financial stability at the House of Commons on 7 February

Industry pressure group the Transparency Taskforce is set to establish an All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) focussed on financial stability, with the aim of "avoiding another financial crisis".

Transparency Taskforce, chaired by founder Andy Agathangelou, will hold a meeting on financial stability at the House of Commons on Wednesday (7 February) to discuss the proposed APPG's aims, which it outlines in a white paper entitled Ideas to Help Reduce the Chance of Another Global Financial Crisis. The white paper reads: "It is now some ten years since the Global Financial Crisis, and therefore a timely moment to reflect, refocus and reconsider what else can be done to prevent something similar happening again. "Financial stability is a precious public good that warrants nurturing...

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