G20 reforms are putting in place measures to restore market discipline such that large banks can fail without bringing down the rest, so bank investors, rather than taxpayers, will foot the bill.  Reforms to bankers' pay are helping to address misconduct and bring back individual responsibility.

By fixing the fault lines that caused the crisis, the financial system is now safer, simpler and fairer than before.  

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