Financial Regulation Coordination: AISLE Theory and Applications
- ZHONG Zhen
- The People's Bank of China, 100032.
The evolution of international financial regulation shows that the financial regulation coordination is the inevitable outcome of the development of financial regulation system at a certain stage. The global financial crisis in 2008 has brought many challenges to the traditional cognition of financial regulation and coordination, and has prompted the international community to reexamine the defects of the traditional regulatory philosophy and basic theory, and to seek the evolution path and operation rules of the institutional framework. This paper, from the perspective of the conflict of financial regulation power, breaks the limitations of the traditional research that focuses on the surface, reconstructs the basic theoretical framework, sums up the law of the coordinated evolution of international financial regulation and raises it to the theoretical level, puts forward the AISLE theory and constructs the MATRIX evaluation system, and breaks the planarization and fixedness of the traditional theoretical analysis. This paper provides an international paradigm and future direction for the reform of China's financial supervision and regulation, and a theoretical basis and guidelines for the practice of supervision and regulation both at home and abroad. The conclusion is that the standardization of financial regulatory coordination needs to be realized through a procedural path. Through the study and analysis of the international paradigm, a procedural structure is designed to guide and standardize the participation of all parties in financial supervision and coordination, and ultimately to achieve the orderly creation and dissemination of financial supervision and coordination.
- Financial Regulation Coordination, International Paradigm, AISLE Theory