It’s widely recognized that politics—particularly as practiced by Congress—plays a central role in the outcome of financial regulatory reform. But in a January report from Boston-based research firm Aite Group titled “Smart Regulation,” author and senior Aite analyst Paul Zubulake goes a step further.

Leaving politics aside, he writes, “The key component of all the discussion is how regulators can use technology to prevent another crisis.”

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