Finance regulators are very important institutions for normal economic development of the country and good international cooperation in great extent depend from efficient work of finance regulator. Finance regulator has to be properly financed and this is also e very important aspect which is analysed also by academic researchers. Aim of current research paper is to investigate possible developments of finance regulator financing based on analysis of current legislative documents and expert views on possible future developments of finance regulator financing. Research methods applied: analysis of scientific publications and previous conducted research, analysis of legislative documents on finance regulator financing, expert survey. Data of expert survey are analysed by indicators of descriptive statistics. The results of the expert survey has indicated that there have to be prepared regulations for better motivation of market participants from one side and acceptable financing of finance regulatir from other side.
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