The Group of 30, an organization representing multinational commercial and investment banks, called Friday for fundamental changes in the way they are regulated.

Arguing that their international activities have grown too big and complex to be adequately supervised under current regulatory structures, the global bankers recommended a new framework for cross-border supervision with a high degree of self-regulation.

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