This article argues that a more broadly based understanding of the processes of the enforcement of regulation and compliance needs to be developed. It highlights aspects of two recent newsworthy cases of non‐compliance with financial regulation. It concludes that future practice needs to be informed by research from a wider range of theoretical disciplines than have been employed in the study of financial regulation hitherto.
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