Dallas — Despite the upheaval in the financial markets, efforts to offer insurers an optional federal charter should continue. That’s the thrust of a new study released by the Dallas-based Institute for Policy Innovation.
“Contrary to this panic-induced urge to expand and centralize regulatory authority, regulatory competition is not the problem,” the report, written by Lawrence Hunter, states. “Properly designed, regulatory competition can be a significant part of the solution.”
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