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What does NFA stand for?

NFA stands for New Financial Architecture

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New Financial Architecture With Bond Over 295 Million Euros Issued OBERNDORF, Germany, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Heckler & Koch GmbH in Oberndorf/N issued a bond with a volume of 295 million euros on the international capital markets.
The discussions are expected to have significant impact on the direction of the new financial architecture following the deleterious effects of the global financial crisis.
A draft statement from the summit also highlighted the need to create new financial architecture to regulate world markets in the light of the devastating economic crisis, and a rejection of the drug trafficking that plagues the two regions.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown even gushed that the world needed a new Bretton Woods, a new financial architecture for the years ahead, where the two major pillars were transnational regulation of the financial industry and a global co-ordinated effort to boost the economy.
Apart from the discussion on how to bring our economies back onto a robust growth path, the key challenge we face in London is to build a new financial architecture that meets 21st century requirements.
This failure is especially clear in the case of three prominent people who are shaping the response to the crisis now: They saw the dangers building but failed to take decisive action - for fear that a new financial architecture would frighten the markets.
With French Economy Minister Christine Lagarde, Geithner spoke about France's plans to build a new financial architecture and the progress of working groups on financial sector reforms of the Group of 20 emerging and rich nations.