* To enforce the laws
* In cases of misconduct such as markets following the insider trading * For providers of financial services licensing
* To protect customers and investigate complaints
* To maintain confidence in the financial system
The financial crisis in global capital markets and made a number of major international banks over the edge in recent years, followed by a good conscience to the regulatory community. It has been found in several countries, regulatory structures and / or inadequate practices. Work is underway to try to improve conditions for the next crisis, or prevent realistic, at least make it cheaper to happen - trying to avoid the time to do things that make it difficult recover. Hence there are certain developments in financial regulators. Here I took the example of India to give explanation of developments in financial regulation. India is now a market economy has a solid legal framework, a regulatory system to keep pace with anticipated market conditions is maintained, but at the same time to ensure checks and balances that do not want to expose industry in India and other banks to preserve the health of the economy overall exposure. This is the key factor for India to be classified as a safe market for foreign investors and lenders. Global investors turn to India as a mega-market, growth opportunities and investment. Last year we launched a number of strategies and...