Sept 25 (Reuters) - The financial services industry was expecting regulators to take a break from their relentless rulemaking that followed the financial crisis. But the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president and Brexit have thrust regulation back into the spotlight. The Reuters Financial Regulation Summit starting on September 25 will tap key policymakers, politicians and executives from Hong Kong, India, Australia and the European Union for their views, including on the future of London, Europes biggest financial centre, tighter anti-money laundering rules in Asia and fallout from the fintech revolution.
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(Compiled by Jane Merriman)