The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Services Authority, the regulator of financial services providers in the United Kingdom, have signed an agreement to increase cooperation in market oversight and supervision.

SEC Chairman Christopher Cox and FSA chief executive John Tiner signed the memorandum of understanding during a meeting in Washington. Both regulatory agencies will now be able to more freely exchange the confidential supervisory information they separately collect.

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